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A RECORD 

OF OUR 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 




administration PP . 21-36 



departments pp. 37-68 







underclassmen PP . 165-196 



athletics pp. 201-248 




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pp. 462-484 



commencement supplement PP . 485-496 




ilUPtFI 1962 



JBoston College 

Chestnut Hill, Mass. 



EDITOR IN CHIEF 
Mario A. DiBelardino 

BUSINESS MANAGER 
John F. Mullen 



Man to 

by The Very Reverend 
Michael P. Walsh, S. J. 



To the Class of 1962 : 

Farewells strike a chord of sadness in the music of life. 
Yet the packing up and going away from the walled town of 
university life brings its own lasting rewards in the aware- 
ness of an apprenticeship completed, a mystery made one's 
own, a new adventure beginning. 

Your Class has been distinguished for its devotion to 
Alma Mater and for its faithful discharge of the tasks of 
academic training. While we congratulate you for your 
genuine preoccupation with those humanistic studies, we 
assure you of our boundless confidence that the strategy 
of life which you have plotted in your university years will 
direct you into paths of godly integrity and sacrificial alle- 
giance to duty. 

One thought from a recent book by Christopher Daw- 
son suggests itself as you leave Boston College: "It is not 
enough for Catholics to maintain a high standard of re- 
ligious practice within the Catholic community, it is also 
necessary for them to build a bridge of understanding out 
into secular culture . . ." This task of "witnessing unto 
Christ" in all the labors and encounters of your career is 
your charge and your opportunity, a resonance which will 
give profound meaning and imperishable worth to all you do. 

While I set my hand and seal, as President of Boston 
College, to your academic letters of credence, I promise you 
my prayers and beg God's blessing on you through all the 
days of your years. 

Yours faithfully in Christ, 



V^iP(^H S f 



Michael P. Walsh, S.J. 
President 









Spreading out for more than two hun- 
dred acres, the towers, the buildings, and 
playing fields of Boston College stand as a 
finely chiseled monument to the struggle 
for the growth of learning. For ninety-nine 
years strong and dedicated men have carved 
their marks upon the granite of time and 
then quietly departed to leave the University 
a little closer to the ideal envisioned by the 
Jesuit founders. They looked ahead to the 
day when the Heights would stand as the 
great gold and white capitol of Christian 
scholarship. If the founders of the Univer- 
sity could see the embodiment of their dream 
as it is taking shape, they would be amazed 
at the advancement made from their hum- 
ble legacy. In the beginning there was only 
a dream and the dedication to truth, good- 
ness, and beauty, but the dedication was 
strengthened by toil and prayer, joined by 
valor and then allied with growth. Growth 
permeated the campus, filled hearts and 
minds, and finally welded all the elements 
that compose a university under the banner 
of progress. That banner has never been 
furled and as long as it flies the work of ful- 
filling a dream will continue to its culmina- 
tion through the bettering of each aspect 
of University life. 




DEDICATION 





The progress made by the University is due 
in no small part to the efforts of men like 
Father Martin Harney, •whose career epitomizes 
the realization of an ideal through a complete 
devotion to what he believes is right. Here is a 
man who has seen what can be wrought from 
a common effort. 

When Father Harney first came to Boston 
College as a student in 1915, the University was 
synonymous with Gasson Hall. He brought with 
him a love of history and a devotion to God. 
When he returned to teach as a newly ordained 
priest in 1930, they were as much a part of him 
as they are now. Since 1930 Father Harney has 
delivered more than six hundred historical lec- 
tures throughout the world, ■written innumer- 
able books and articles, and held key positions 
in such organizations as the American Jesuit 
Historical Conference, and others. It has been 
estimated that since 1941 Father Harney has 
taught more than twenty thousand seniors in 
the College of Business Administration. 

Father Harney and Boston College have 
come a long way together since 1915 and we 
have been the beneficiaries of their progress. 
We wish to acknowledge a debt to him by paying 
tribute to a man whose devotion and humility 
are only outweighed by the sincere interest that 
has marked his every contact with us. 

Thus, we dedicate the 1962 SUB TURRI to 
Rev. Martin P. Harney, S. J. , Professor of History. 






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STAFF MEMBER OF THE YEAR 



There is on the Boston College Campus a 
group of people who have never been formally- 
acknowledged for their devotion and service 
to the University. These are the various secre- 
taries and assistants, who by their selfless 
support have contributed greatly to our so- 
journ at the Heights. Through the years, Mrs. 
Helen Fitzgerald has stood out as the embodi- 
ment of this sacrifice and loyalty. Her patience , 
kindness, and tireless efforts in assisting the 
students through their everyday problems are 
deserving of lasting recognition and praise. 

It is with a deep sense of gratitude that 
the 1962 SUB TURRI acclaims Mrs. Helen 
Fitzgerald, secretary to Dean of Men, College 
of Arts and Sciences, as "Staff Member of The 
Year." 




The components of the university can be best signified by the quality 
that each of them exemplifies. . . . 




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Administration supplies faculty with di- 
rection for its communication of knowledge. 



That coordination is the core of all action, 
guiding all movement, channeling energy into 
unified activity. 





Organizations function for the 
sole purpose of quickening the pace 
of the growing college community, 

enriching the experience of the indi- 
vidual by building from insecure fresh- 
men, brash sophomores who burst in- 
to the vitality and unity of their junior 
year. 



The common bond of participant 
and observer is further exemplified in 
varsity athletics, which provide the 
means to somehow tangibly show a uni- 
fication of purpose. Each rivalry enkin- 
dles an always courageous effort to cap- 
ture a bit of glory and recognition for 
the Eagle. 




But athletics are only one of the 
areas in which expansion has moved ; 



from Fall Weekends to Junior 
Week, from Victory Dances to 
Night at the Pops, each social 
function ever prides itself on 
the gains it has made over its 
predecessors. 



Award follows award, con- 
ference follows conference, 





each guest lecturer a giant in his own time : 



the swelling list of achievement grows 
until that Commencement Day in June 
which crystallizes the memories of four 
years into one all-eclipsing sensation. 
Shaped from the rawness of youth, men 
and women of Boston College are ready 
to begin their ascent of other heights, 
confident that they are "Ever to Excel." 





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At the completion of the college's first year 
at the Heights in 1912, the first edition of the 
SUB TURRI emerged from the recesses of Gas- 
son Hall to provide the senior class with a record 
of its achievements. In the following years, con- 
spicuously absent was mention of an integral 
part of the university scene — underclassmen. 
But fifty years of progress have produced a 
Golden Jubilee Edition providing the first pan- 
oramic view of all four years of college life. The 
entire spectrum of university color is here, from 
the newly arrived freshmen to the steadfast 
seniors. The resident students, who, by their re- 
markable spirit have fast become an essential 
part of the university, are given their due rec- 
ognition as a group. At each function they are 
present to provide the hub of unified expression. 
Whenever one finds Boston College men, one 
will also find its women ; and so, in appreciation 
for their presence, the SUB TURRI presents, 
for the first time, its own queen and her court. 
Also added is the new graduation supplement 
which provides for each senior a permanent 
record of his own commencement week. An 
index section that cross-references all ideas and 
activities completes the list of new features of 
the Golden Jubilee Edition. Couple these addi- 
tions to the polish and new twists of the tradi- 
tional sections, and every reader can easily see 
why the SUB TURRI has earned the name of 
the most enduring and progressive publication 
on campus. 

With these thoughts in mind, commence 
turning the many pages of your yearbook. 
We hope that each page will release a wave of 
memories; that these memories will be filled 
with the many sentiments we have all shared at 
Boston College. 



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An ever-expanding faculty and adminis- 
tration provides the University with the 
means and subject-matter for the commun- 
ication of ideas. It is upon them that the 
acquisition of knowledge depends, and the 
reputation of the University is made. They 
provide the direction and leadership that is 
so necessary for the smooth functioning of 
the scholarship-producing machinery of col- 
lege life. The great influx of secular teachers 
has been greeted with cooperation on the 
part of the Jesuit Fathers whose educational 
methods are world renowned. The smooth 
integration and recognition of varied profes- 
sional and academic backgrounds exempli- 
fies another way in which the University has 
stepped toward progress, toward the reali- 
zation of the goal of "Religioni et Bonis 
Artibus." 




The Very 

Reverend 
Michael P. Walsh, S. J. 





Rev. Francis C. Mackin, S. J. 




Rev. Francis B. McManus, S. J. 



WSSSSSSStiEX 





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Rev. Thomas Fleming, S. J. 





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Rev. John E. Murphy, S. J. 




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Rev. Edmond D. Walsh, S. J. 

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Rev. Brendan C. Connolly, S. J. 





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Eileen M. Tosney, A.M. 
REGISTRAR 




Rev. John A. McCarthy, S.J. 

DEAN 



Rev. Richard G. Shea, S.J. 
STUDENT COUNSELOR 



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ARTS 

and 

sciences 








Weston M. Jenks, Jr., M.Ed. 
DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE 



Henry J. McMahon, A.M. 
ASSISTANT DEAN 



Rev. Joseph L. Shea, S.J. 
DEAN OF MEN 




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Jfe @oMefe 







John C. Conway, A.M 
REGISTRAR 



Christopher J. Flynn, LL.M. 
ASSISTANT DEAN 




Rev. William C. 
Mclnnes, S.J. 

ASSOCIATE 

DEAN 



Rev. Charles J. Reardon, S.J. 
STUDENT COUNSELOR 




Rev. W. Seavey Joyce, S.J. 
DEAN 



















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Rev. George F. Lawlor, S.J. 
DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE 




Rev. Francis B. McManus, S.J. 
DEAN OF MEN 



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EDUCflTIOn 



Rev. Robert T. 
Ferrick, S.J. 

STUDENT COUNSELOR 




Rev. Charles F. Donovan, S.J. 
DEAN 





Elizabeth A. Strain, M.Ed. 
REGISTRAR 



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Mary T. Kinnane, A.M. 
DEAN OF WOMEN 



Rev. Robert F. Hoey, S.J. 
ASSISTANT DEAN 






* Joseph L. Driscoll, D.Ed. 
/. DIRECTOR OF STUDENT TEACHING 



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Rita P. Kelleher 
DEAN 



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Rev. Walter J. Meagher, S.J. 
SPIRITUAL COUNSELOR 



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Pauline 
R. Sampson, R.N., M.Ed. 

ASSISTANT DEAN 





Rev. Edward J. Gorman, S.J. 
STUDENT COUNSELOR 



Katherine Crosby 
REGISTRAR 




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Rev. John J. Crowley, S.J. 
DEAN 




SCHOOL 




Katherine M. Hastings, A.M. 
REGISTRAR 





Rev. Edward Cummiskey 
STUDENT COUNSELOR 



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4*8K ■', 




Richard A. Bruno 
M.Ed.. M.B.A. 





Paul Devlin 
M.B.A., C.P.A. 



Accounting 




Stanley J. Dmohowski 
M.B.A., C.P.A. 



James O. Dunn 
M.B.A., C.P.A. 




Francis G. Lee 
M.A., LL.B., C.P.A. 




Frederick J. Zappala 
M.B.A., C.P.A. 




Arthur L. Glynn, LL.B., M.B.A., C.P.A. 

Chairman of the Department 




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Rev. George L. Drury, S.J. 




Walter J. Fimian, Jr. 
Ph.D. 





I 

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Leon M. Vincent 
M.S. 




Francis L. 
Ph.D. 


Maynard 


Robert A. 
Ph.D. 


Ortman 


Bernard J 
Ph.D. 


Sullivan 


Chai Hyun Yoon 
Ph.D. 



Biology 



Rev. William D. Sullivan, S.J. 

Chairman of the Department 




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Philip F. Garity 
LL.B. 



Vincent A. Harrington 
M.B.A., LL.B. 




Business Law 




William B. Hiclcey 
M.Ed., LLM. 



Francis A. Murray 
LL.B. 



James E. Shaw, LL.M., M.B.A. 

Chairman of the Department 





Raymond F. Bogucki 
Ph.D. 

Joseph Bornstein 
Ph.D. 

Rev. Thomas P. Butler, S.J. 





Andre J. deBethune 
Ph.D. 

David C. O'Donnell 
Ph.D. 

George Vogel 
D.Sc. 



Chemistry 




Robert F. O'Malley, M.S. 

Chairman of the Department 



O. Francis Bennett 
Ph.D. 




Rev. Gerard M. Landrey, S.J. 



Timothy E. McCarthy 
Ph.D. 








Harold H. Fagan 
M.S., LLB. 







Rev. Albert F. McGuinn, S.J. 



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Rev. Robert F. Healy, S.J. 

Chairman of the Department 




Rev. Oswald A. Reinhalter, S.J. 



Joseph P. Maguire 
Ph.D. 

Rev. Carl J. Thayer, S.J. 

Rev. Leo P. McCauley, S.J. 




Economics 




Rev. Robert McEwen, S.J. 

Chairman of the Department 




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Raymond J. Aherne 
Ph.D. 



Alice E. Bourneuf 
Ph.D. 



Vladimir N. Bandera 
Ph.D. 









Rev. James L. Duffy, S.J. 



Rev. Ernest B. Foley, S.J. 




John A. Duffy 
A.B. 





Francis M. McLaughlin 
A.M. 




Michael Albery 
Dr. Sc. Com., Econ. 

Albert K. Ando 
Ph.D. 

Norman Bernard 
Ph.D. 

Robert L. Comeau 
A.M. 

Rev. James T. Creamer, S.J. 

Vincent F. Dunfey 
A.M. 

Noel J. Farley 
A.M. 

H. Michael Mann 
B.A. 



Rev. John J. Murphy, S.J. 

Charles J. Scully 
A.M. 



Leon Smolinski 
Ph.D. 

John Van Tassel, Jr. 
Ph.D. 




Edward K. Smith 
Ph.D. 



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Donald J. White 
Ph.D. 






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Katherine C. Coffer 
Ph.D. 




William C. Cottle 
Ed.D. 




Education 





Antonette E. Di Loreto 
D.Ed. 




Joseph L. Driscoll 
D.Ed. 



Maureen E. Donnelly 
M.Ed. 

Catherine M. Downey 
M.Ed. 

Margaret B. Griffin 
M.Ed. 




Helen J. Kenney 
D.Ed. 

Violet A. Kugris 
D.Ed. 




Barbara A. Elbery 
M.Ed. 



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Marion J. Jennings 
Ph.D. 




Sister M. Josephina 


C.S.J. 




John D. 


Mulhern 


Ph.D. 




Robert P. O'Hara 


D.Ed. 




Mary C 


O'Toole 


A.M. 












Pierre D. Lambert 
Ph.D. 



Edward J. Power 
Ph.D. 

John F. Travers, Jr. 
D.Ed. 

John J. Walsh 
Ph.D. 



Francis E. Murphy 
Ph.D. 




Joseph M. Runci 
M.Ed., M.S.S.W. 



Francis P. Powers 
D.Ed. 




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Rev. Daniel N. Dwyer, S.J. 



Rev. John J. Cadigan, S.J. 

Leonard R. Casper 
Ph.D. 

Harold F. DeLisle 
A.M. 

J. Albert Duhamel 
Ph.D. 

John J. Fitzgerald 
Ph.D. 

Albert M. Folkard 
A.M. 



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George F.G. Grob 
A.M. 



English 




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Joseph A. Longo 
Ph.D. 



Edward L. Hirsh 
Ph.D. 

Thomas P. Hughes 
A.M. 

John H. Lawton 
Ph.D. 

Maurice J. Quintan 
Ph.D. 

Robert B. Russell 
A.M. 



Richard E. Hughes, Ph.D. 

Chairman of the Department 




Rev. Arthur A. MacGillivray, S.J. 





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John L. Mahoney 
Ph.D. 




Joseph M. McCafferty 
A.M. 



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Daniel L. McCue, Jr. 
A.M. 







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John F. McCarthy 
A.M. 




Rev. John A. O'Callaghan, S.J. 



Clara M. Siggins 
Ph.D. 





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Richard R. Malany 
A.M. 

John J. McAleer 
Ph.D. 

John F. Norton 
A.M. 

Maurice J. Quinlan 
Ph.D. 

John F. Randall 
Ph.D. 



Rev. Francis W. Sweeney, S. J. 





Francis J. McDermott 
A.M. 




Donald B. Sands 
Ph.D. 



Rev. Charles J. Reagan, S.J. 

John J. Sullivan 
A.M. 

Edward H. Nehls 
Ph.D. 

John H. Randall, III 
Ph.D. 

Vlad I. Thomas, Jr. 
A.M. 

George W. Smith 
Ph.D. 



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Carlo M. Flumiani 
Ph.D. 


Walter T. Sreaney, Jr. 
Ph.D. 






Robert L. Lavoie 
M.B.A. 

David A. Drinkwater 
M.B.A., C.P.A. 



Charles L. Vaughn 
Ph.D. 





Rev. John J. Collins, S.J. 

Chairman of the Department 




Fine Arts 



Olga Stone 
M.A. 



C. Alexander Peloquin 
M.A. 



Richard H. Lund 
A.M. 




Ferdinand L. Rousseve, Ph.D. 

Chairman of the Department 




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Daniel C. Toumbakis 
A.M. 





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Gary P. Brazier 
Ph.D. 




Government 




A. Edgar Lift 
Ph.D. 




Paul T. Heffron, Ph.D. 

Chairman of the Department 




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Joseph T. Criscenti, Ph.D. 

Chairman of the Department 




Rev. Anthony B. Meslis, S.J. 

John R. Cox 
Ph.D. 




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M. Kamil Dziewanoski 
Ph.D. 



William P. Daly 
Ph.D. 

Radu R. Florescu 
Ph.D. 

Rev. Thomas J. Grey, S.J. 

Samuel J.T. Miller 
Ph.D. 

Louise S. Moore 
A.M., M. Litt., Cantab. 

Tibor Kerelces 
Ph.D., D.H.L 

Rev. Harold C. Kirley, S.J. 

Richard M. Lombard 
A.M. 



Raymond T. McNally 
Ph.D. 




Rev. Walter J. Meagher, S.J. 



Paul M. Michaud 
Ph.D. 





Thomas H. O'Connor 
Ph.D. 



Rey. Martin P. Harney, S.J 




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Joseph E. Devine 
M.B.A. 



Frederick T. Bryan 
M.C.S., M.B.A. 

Henry P. McDonald 
A.M. 




Rev. William C. Mclnnes, S.J. 



Ermenegildo Alfano 
M.B.A. 



Distribution 
Management 




Gerald F. Price, Ph.D. 

Chairman of the Department 



Justin C. Cronin, M.B.A. 

Chairman of the Department 



John E. Murray 
B.S. 





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m ., . 




Charles H. Savage, Jr. 
D.B.A. 



Industrial 
Management 




Joseph V. D'Avella A.M. 



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Lt. Col. John C. Wood, Jr., U.S.A., A.B. 

Chairman of the Department 



Capt. Edward M. Bradford 
U.S.A., A.B. 




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Sgt. William L. Cote 
U.S.A. 

Sgt. James M. Henderson 
U.S.A. 



Maj. Claude W. Cooper 
U.S.A., A.B. 




Lt. Col. Frank A. Merigold 
U.S.A., A.M. 



Capt. Edward P. Killion 
U.S.A., A.B. 

Sgt. John J. MacKinnon 
U.S.A. 



Maj. Howard E. Moore 
U.S.A., B.S. 

Sgt. Wilson E. Noyes 
U.S.A. 

Sgt. Robert W. Page 
U.S.A. 

Capt. Michael Peck, Jr. 
U.S.A., A.B. 

Sgt. Joseph Toplyn 
U.S.A. 



Geology 





Rev. James W. Skehan, S.J. 

Chairman of the Department 



Emmanuel G. Bombolakis 
M.S. 

Peter J. Gielisse 
M.A. 

Hugo N. Halpert 
M.A. 

Bijan Nourbrechecht 
M.A. 




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Gerald C. Bilodeau 
Ph.D. 




Samuel S. Holland, Jr. 
Ph.D. 




Louis O. Kattsoff 
Ph.D. 




Rev. Stanley Bezuslca, S.J. 

Chairman of the Department 



Rev. John F. Caulfield, S.J. 

Joseph F. Krebs 
A.M. 

Archille J. LaFerriere 
A.M. 

Paul T. Banks 
A.M. 

Armand Brumer 
A.M. 

Jacqueline P. Criscenti 
M.S. 



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Margaret J. Kenney 
D.Ed. 




Rene J. Marcou 
Ph.D. 






Joseph A. Sullivan 
Ph.D. 



Robert J. LeBI 


anc 




A.M. 






Rose M. Ring 






Ph.D. 






Paul J. Sally 






A.M. 






Rev. Walter J. 


Feeney 


S.J. 




Maurice K. Walsh 
M.Ed. 



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odern Languages 







Paul A. Boulanger 
Ph.D. 



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Benedetto Fabrizi 
D.M.L 



Joseph Figurito 
D.M.L 




Paul G. Foucre 
A.M. 




Robert J. Cahill, Ph.D. 

Chairman of the Department 



Owen A. Hanley 
A.M. 



Frederick D. Kellermann 
Ph.D. 




Rev. Joseph D. Gauthier, S.J. 






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Vincent A. McCrossen 
Ph.D. 



Juan J. 


C 


arnero 


A.M. 






Walter 


G 


Langlois 


Ph.D. 






Lewis S 


um 


berg 


Ph.D. 








Patricia O'Connell 
A.M. 






Ernest A. Siciliano 
Ph.D. 



Rev. George F. Smith, 


S.J. 


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Robert J. Whelan 
A.M. 



William 
A.M. 


D. Truesdell 


Jean T. 
A.M. 


Farley 


Lawrence G. Jones 
Ph.D. 


Azshalouis Simeonian 
M.A. 


Anthon 
A.M. 


y J. Oldcorn 



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Patricia M. Brewton 
M.Ed. 





Dorothy R. Bagnell 
M.Ed. 




Margaret Boyle 
R.N., M.S. 




Florence T. Brickett 
R.N., M.Ed. 



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Marie S. Andrews 
R.N., M.S. 

Priscilla M. Andrews 
R.N., M.S. 

Alice G. Dowd 
R.N., M.S. 

Ann Marie Gagnon 
R.N., B.S. 

Ann McKenney Green 
R.N., M.S. 



Phylis V. Bromwell 
R.N., M.Ed. 



Phylis H. Green 
R.N., A.M. 

Kathleen M. Hickey 
R.N., M.A. 

Barbara Jensen 
R.N. 

Marie Collinane 
R.N., M.S. 

Eileen A. McQuade 
R.N., M.S. 



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Helen M. Manock 
R.N., M.S. 

Nancy M. McCann 
R.N., M.S. 

Paula L. Minehan 
R.N., M.S. 

Margaret G. Olsen 
R.N., B.S. 

Marguerite M. O'Malley 
R.N., M.Ed. 



Elizabeth M. Glynn 
R.N., M.S. 




Joseph H. Walsh 
M.S. 

Mary L. Welter 
R.N., B.S. 

Marcia B. Worchester 
M.S. 

Harriet P. Primmer 
R.N., M.S. 

Antoinette T. Ragucci 
R.N., M.S. 

Mary E. Shaughnessy 
R.N., M.S. 



Teresa J. Moui 
B.S. 





Mary R. Petkauskas 
R.N. , A.M. 




Eleanor F. Voorhies 
M.A. 



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Philosophy 






Joseph E. Doherty, S.J. 




Robert I. Dolan, S.J. 



Rev. Alexander G. Duncan, S.J. 




Rev. William E. Fitzgerald, S.J. 





Rev. Frederick J. Adelmann, S.J. 

Chairman of the Department 



Rev. Robert P. Flanagan, S.J. 



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Rev. Merrill F. Greene, S.J. 



Rev. George R. Fuir, S.J. 





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Rev. John A. Hinchey, S.J. 




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Rev. Francis E. Low, S.J. 



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Rev. Francis P. Molloy, S.J. 



Joseph L. Navicltas 
Ph.D. 




Donald McCarthy 
L.M.S. 





Rev. Timothy J. O'Mahony, S.J. 



Rev. Gerald O'Brien, S.J. 



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Thomas J. Owens 
Ph.D. 




Rev. Francis J. Toolin, S.J. 




Norman J. Wells 
Ph.D. 



Wiiliam J. Haggerty, Jr. 
Ph.D. 

Stuart B. Martin 
Ph.D. 

Rev. Joseph F. Quane, S.J. 




Rev. Leo A. Reilly, S.J. 



Rev 


Joseph L. 


Barrett, 


S.J. 


Rev. 


Joseph H 


Casey, 


S.J. 


Rev. 


Walter J. 


Feeney 


S.J. 


Rev. 


Francis Fl 


aherty, S.J. 



Rev. Charles B. Toomey, S.J. 



Rev. Francis X. Weiser, S.J. 




Rev. John P. Rock, S.J. 





Robert J. 


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3ehan 


Ph.D 








Rev. 


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Cullen, S.J. 


Rev. 


Thomas 


J. Joyce, S.J. 



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Psychology 



William P. Pare 
Ph.D. 




Mr. Joseph R. Cautela 
Ph.D. 

Rev. John R. McCall, S.J. 




Rev. James J. Moynihan, S.J. 

Chairman of the Department 




Alexander A. Schneiders 
Ph.D. 




George A. Agogino 
Ph.D. 

Robert G. Williams 
A.M. 




Sociology 





John D. Donovan, Ph.D. 

Chairman of the Department 





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Rev. William G. Guindon, S.J. 

Chairman of the Department 




Robert L. Carovillano 
Ph.D. 



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Robert L. Becker 
Ph.D. 



Physics 




Joseph H. Chen 
Ph.D. 



Rev. James J. Devlin, S.J. 







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Richard E. Downey 
M.S. 



Rev. John H. Kinnier, S.J. 



Rev. John J. Fitzgerald, S.J. 



Francis McCaffrey 
Ph.D. 



Rev. Francis A. Liuima, S.J. 




John J. Power 
M.S. 






Frederick E. White 
Ph.D. 




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Rev. Joseph P. Carew, S.J. 



Rev. Joseph Connell, S.J. 



Rev. Joseph J. Connor, S.J. 



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Theology 





Rev. James J. Casey, S.J. 

Chairman of the Department 




Rev. Edward T. Douglas, S.J. 




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Rev. Jeremiah T. Donovan, S.J. 







Rev. Daniel J. Foley, S.J. 





Rev. Maurice V. Dullea, S.J. 




Rev. Robert A. Hewitt, S.J. 





Rev. Raymond V. Dunn, S.J. 




Rev. Edmund J. Hogan, S.J. 



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Rev. William J. Leonard, S.J. 





Rev. John P. McNamara, S.J. 



Rev. Daniel J. Saunders, S.J. 



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Rev. Leo A. Shea, S.J. 



Rev. Paul A. Curtin, S.J. 








Rev. Gregory R. Roy, S.J. 


Rev. J. Frank Devine, S.J. 




Rev. Anthony B. Meslis, S.J. 




Rev. Joseph E. Shea, S.J. 






Rev. Charles M. Roddy, S.J. 







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When the first issue of the Sub Turri ap- 
peared in 1913 the activities section num- 
bered ten pages and included six organi- 
zations. These organizations were the Stylus, 
the Fulton Debating Society, the Glee Club, 
the Dramatic Society, the Sodality, and of 
course the Sub Turri. Today these names 
remain as much a part of B.C. as they were 
fifty years ago, and they are familiar to 
all. But, year by year, this list has swelled 
until the activities section of the 1962 edi- 
tion fills seventy-five pages with over eighty- 
five of the various organizations in which a 
student may participate. As the number of 
organizations has grown, so too has their 
importance on the college scene. The activi- 
ties of the organizations have become a 
part of daily life on campus. Films, lectures, 
and open debates on many and varied top- 
ics are sponsored by clubs which extend an 
invitation to all interested students. This al- 
lows the student to broaden his knowledge 
and understanding in some field which his 
scholastic program does not include. With 
physical expansion, problems have been cre- 
ated for the individual student. Loss of per- 
sonal identity has been avoided by the fine 
efforts of the University's organizations. 




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Ronald Spendley 

Secretary 



Paul McNamara 

President 





James O'Connor 

Treasurer 



Jerome Mello 

Vice-President 





Gold Key Society 



The Sold Key is made up of two hundred 
and six undergraduates whose goal is "Ser- 
vice and Sacrifice" to the University. They 
are charged with the responsibilities of 
school morale and of exemplifying the Bos- 
ton College Student to visitors. The Society 
endeavors to serve the needs of the Univer- 
sity wherever and whenever possible. 

The Gold Key was founded at Boston 
College in 1937 to provide student repre- 
sentatives for visitors. It was made up of 
eight juniors and two seniors who performed 
this single function. Since that time it has 
evolved into an organization of more than 
two hundred members whose functions in- 
clude the conduction of rallies, assistance in 
the Freshmen Orientation Program, Public 
Affairs Forum, seminars, and special activi- 
ties, this year represented by the Alumni 
Dinner celebrating the 25th Anniversary of 
the Gold Key. 





Some members of the Forum gather with Fr. Mc- 
Ewen to discuss plans for the next lecture. 



This year, as in the past, the Public Affairs 
Forum has brought to the campus a number 
of interesting and timely speakers, who pre- 
sented their views on current problems and 
issues. Under the capable direction of Rev. 
Robert J. McEwen, S.J., the Forum has pro- 
vided both students and faculty with a 
varied and a full program, the subjects 
ranging from rockets to taxes and the speak- 
ers coming from political, military, and busi- 
ness careers. 



Public Affairs Forum 



These are the men that have 
brought to Boston College some 
of the most prominent figures 
of today. 




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One of the most popular organizations on 
campus is the Blessed Oliver Plunkett Soci- 
ety. This group was formed in 1952 by Fr. 
Martin P. Harney, S.J. with the purpose of 
fostering a general appreciation and under- 
standing of Gaelic culture. The light spirit 
and casual atmosphere of the meetings 
draw students from every corner of the cam- 
pus. Irish dances are taught and Irish songs 
are sung by the Society as a whole, or by 
groups within the Society. 

The love of the members of the Society 
for Gaelic culture is culminated and exem- 
plified in the periodic Ceilis. Ceili is a Gaelic 
term referring to old-fashioned Irish parties. 
The connotation of the title of these gath- 
erings is carried out to the fullest. Irish dress 
is worn; folk songs are sung; Irish jigs and 
reels are organized, and tea and Irish bread 
are served. 




Officers: President, William Garvey; Vice-President, Eileen Tobin; Re- 
cording Secretary, Alice MacDonough; Corresponding Secretary, Mary 
Twomey; Treasurer, John Butler; Moderator, Rev. Martin P. Harney, S.J. 



Blessed Oliver Plunkett 




Planning one of their "Ceili's" 
brings out the leprechaun in 
these smiling "laddies" and 
"colleens". 



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Officers: Treasurer, Tim Sullivan; President, Leo 
Brunnick; Secretary, David Knipper; Vice-President, 
Paul Atkinson. 



For nearly a century now, Boston College 
has been extremely proud of its Glee Club. 
The aims of the Club are the formation of 
the total Christian man through the develop- 
ment of his musical talent, and the spread- 
ing of the name of Boston College through- 
out the world. Seven years ago, Mr. C. 
Alexander Peloquin became Director of this 
musical organization. 




Glee Club 



'ALL right sopranos, get ready. 




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Boston College- 
Emmanuel, joint concert 
at Roberts Center 



'. . . And if you don't, they'll fire me. 



During this time, the name of B.C. has 
been spread throughout the nation and the 
world via tours to New York and Pennsyl- 
vania, C.B.S. local and nationwide tele- 
vision, Boston's Jordan Hall, and most 
recently through the government sponsored 
tour of European Army bases. The Glee Club 
is an old organization, but continued excel- 
lence has given it a distinctive position 
among the glee clubs of America. 




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Auntie Mame at her collegiate best. 



Dramatic 




From its earliest days as a key activity on 
the campus, the Boston College Dramatic 
Society has been contributing to and stimu- 
lating intellectual development at The 
Heights. In an effort to communicate the 
rich heritage of the living theater to the stu- 
dents of Boston College, while giving those 
interested a working knowledge of stage- 
craft, the Society, in its long and highly suc- 
cessful career, has presented most of the an- 
cient classics, virtually all the plays of 
Shakespeare, and much of the contempo- 
rary drama and comedy. 



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Society 



The rrrain in Spain falls 



The Cat and the Moon. 



In the last category, playwrights such as 
Tennessee Williams, Jean Giraudoux, Clif- 
ford Odets, Henrik Ibsen, Philip Barry, Eu- 
gene lonesco, Kaufman and Hart, Thornton 
Wilder, Oscar Wilde, and Arthur Miller are 
some of the men to whose works the organi- 
zation has done justice since its first appear- 
ance nearly a hundred years ago. And if the 
Dramatic Society's production of Macbeth 
is any indication of future presentations, it 
may safely be said that their contribution to 
the campus is not diminishing, but increas- 
ing. 



The Society Officers: 

Moderator Rev. 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Joseph M. Larkin, S.J. 

Anthony Capodilupo 

Robert Kiernan 

George MacDonald 

Mary Ellen Tomei 





Under the baton of Mr. Peter Siragusa, the band 
prepares their booming rendition of "For Bos- 
ton". 



The Band 



Officers: President, Samuel Fardy; Vice-President, 
William Anderson; Secretary, Jerry Coyle; Trea- 
surer, Samuel Gersen; Drum Major, Francis 
Burke. 



The Boston College Bond is composed of 
seventy-six playing members. The director is Mr. 
Peter Siragusa, and the moderator Father Gerard 
O'Brien, S.J. In the past five years, the band has 
risen from a group of thirty loyal musicians to its 
present figure, with prospects of reaching one 
hundred members within the next year. During 
this time, as the quantity has grown, quality has 
not been sacrificed. 

Special events of the band, besides playing 
regularly at the football and hockey games, are 
the trip to the hockey tournament in New York 
City, and marching in New York's Saint Patrick's 
Day Parade. Last year the band was honored by 
being adjudged the best in line of all the march- 
ing units in the Saint Patrick's Day Parade. 




The Bellarmine Speakers gather 
for yearbook photo before en- 
tering one of their fruitful dis- 
cussions. 




Bellarmine Speaker's Club 



Bellarmine Speaker's Club is an activity of the 
Evening College, although in past years it has ac- 
commodated certain day and graduate students. 
The purpose of the Club is to provide students with 
an opportunity to learn and polish the techniques of 
speaking before groups. Subjects discussed range 



from public affairs to personal predilections, but the 
Speaker's Club is not a forum as such. The Club elects 
no officers. Each year its members have desired it 
so, feeling that an elected slate would tend to for- 
malize its activities. 



Women's 
Dorm Council 

The Women's Dormitory Council is the 
governing body of the women resident stu- 
dent population and, therefore, is the most 
important element of their resident commu- 
nity. It acts in the better interests of the 
student through means that strengthen the 
harmony and understanding existing be- 
tween student and administration. 



Officers: President, Barbara Schwerzler; Vice-Pres 
dent, Barbara Lehndorff. 



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Accounting Academy 




Officers: President, Donald E. Kiernan; 
Vice-President, John F. Mullen; Secre- 
tary, Paul Doherty; Treasurer, Thomas 
O'Keefe. 



The Accounting Academy has as its objective the 
development of a professional attitude towards ac- 
counting as a career, the encouragement of high 
scholarship, and sound business ethics among its mem- 
bers. It provides an opportunity for the members to 



obtain an understanding of the current problems in the 
field of accounting and business in general. Member- 
ship is open to all men attending the College of Busi- 
ness Administration. 



Academy of Marketing Executives 



The Academy of Marketing Executives was formed 
in I960 in order to promote a deeper professional 
interest in the broad field of marketing. Each year the 
Club enlists the assistance of an experienced market- 
ing executive who works' along with it on its projects. 



Some of the most successful programs undertaken 
by the Academy have been practice business inter- 
views, participation in the inter-collegiate marketing 
conferences, and assistance at the Boston Conference 
on Distribution. 



Officers: President, Richard Akeson; 
Vice-President, Charles Pinch; Secretary, 
Henry Ouellette. 

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Boston College Chemical Society 



In October, 1926, Rev. Arthur J. Hohman, 
S.J., then Dean of Chemistry, established 
the Boston College Chemical Society. Its 
purpose was "to obtain a practical knowl- 
edge of chemistry and the various indus- 
tries." But it is a combination of the 
scientific and the fraternal that has ac- 
counted for the club's popularity through the 
years. Affiliated with the American Chemi- 
cal Society in 1947, the Boston College 
Chemical Society has been, since then, a 
Student Affiliate Chapter of the A.C.S. and 
an active member of the I.C.S. 




Officers: President, George Doherty; Secretary, Thomas L. Lynch; 
Treasurer, Robert R. Freccero. 



Economics Academy 




Officers: President, Arthur J. Corazzini; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Richard E. Bond; Secretary, William Donovan; 
Treasurer, John P. Cotter. 



Academy membership is open to all 
Economics majors and others whose interests 
lie in the field of Economics. The Academy 
attempts to establish an atmosphere con- 
ducive to the discussion of economic and 
political questions. This year its main con- 
cern was with the underdeveloped countries 
of the world. In a series of student debates, 
informal panel discussions, and smokers, the 
Academy has brought to the fore many of 
the problems confronting the impoverished 
areas of the world. A very successful project 
is that of inviting foreign students to Boston 
College to present the economic difficulties 
which their respective countries have experi- 
enced in the face of progress. 



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Officers: President, Dennis McCarthy; Vice-President, Margie Shandor; 
Treasurer, John Bottes. 




B. C Film 

Society 



The Boston College Film Society has a 
two-fold purpose: to provide a program of 
outstanding foreign and domestic motion 
pictures for student and faculty viewing, 
and to acquaint interested students with the 
art of the cinema, as well as its place in 
society. 

This year the showings were held in Bapst 
auditorium on Wednesday afternoons and 
evenings. Among the offerings were Dick- 
en's, Great Expectations, Bergman's, The 
Seventh Seal and the Russian film, Ballad of 
a Soldier. 



Finance Club 



The Finance Club was formed in 1949 by a group of Finance majors 
who wanted to provide students with a knowledge of the business world. 
The Club aims to acquaint its members with the current trends in the fi- 
nancial world through discussions with some of the prominent men in the 
field of finance. 



Officers: President, Laurence Sanford; Vice-President, John Warren; Sec- 
retary, Dave Ambrose; Treasurer, Paul Mayhew. 




Foreign 
Trade Club 



At the monthly meetings of this club, the 
current methods and problems of interna- 
tional trade are discussed by the members. 
The club invites recognized leaders in the 
field of International Trade to discuss cur- 
rent phases in the policies of an open econ- 
omy. 

Films on the subject of international com- 
merce tend to broaden the member's under- 
standing of the problems one encounters 
when carrying on trade with a foreign coun- 
try. Guest lecturers are generally men who 
can instill in the student a concrete appre- 
ciation of the problems confronting those 
engaged in foreign trade. Informal socials 
add to the student's knowledge and interest 
in international commerce. Future plans call 
for tours of various industries connected with 
exporting and importing. 




Officers: President, Thomas Hagan; Vice-President, William Donovan; 
Secretary, Jerry Foley; Treasurer, John Koza. 



Fulton 
Debating Society 



In the past two years, thanks to the astute 
guidance of Dr. John Lawton, the Fulton De- 
bating Society has changed from a com- 
placent group of good talkers to a competi- 
tive team which ranks near the top in New 
England debating. The varsity teams have 
improved steadily and the freshmen, who 
now hold the first place position in New 
England, promise even greater accomplish- 
ments in the future. This year the society 
has participated in many out-of-state tour- 
naments and the scope of its activities will 
increase with experience. 



Officers: President, Andrew Somers; Vice-President, 
James Unger; Secretary, Philip Knauf; Treasurer, 
William McCormacL 




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Officers: President, Francis Gentry; Vice-President, 
James Autio; Secretary, Dennis McCarthy; Treas- 
urer, Eleanor Kutz. 




The German Academy was founded in 
1932 by Dr. Paul Boulanger. His aim in es- 
tablishing the Academy was to familiarize 
the members with those topics which are not 
discussed in class. The Academy attempts 
to bring the members closer to the living lit- 
erature and culture of Germany. This is ac- 
complished by films, lectures, and panel dis- 
cussions. The big event of the year occurred 
in October, when the German Consul ad- 
dressed the Academy on the recent elec- 
tions in Germany. 



German Academy 



Le Cercle Francais 



Officers: President, Raymond Pouliot; Vice^ 
President, Rosann A. Coleman; Secretary 
Claudia Higgins; Treasurer, Madeleine Bau 
man. 



Le Cercle Francois was established to 
provide the students of Boston College with 
an opportunity to converse in French and to 
become acquainted with French literature 
and culture. Highlights of the year include a 
gala Christmas party and a banquet of 
French cuisine. Guest speakers and foreign 
films are featured at the bi-weekly meetings. 
Members conduct a dramatic workshop and 
hold frequent discussions on topics of gen- 
eral interest. A wide variety of contempo- 
rary French literature is available to club 
members. 




The Mendicants, founded in I960 by Miss 
Sandra Brown, is named after the wandering 
scholars of the Middle Ages. The group is 
made up of English majors, primarily of the 
School of Education, all of whom meet at 
regular two-week intervals in the homes of 
English professors for discussion of books, 
issues and ideas, either traditional or timely. 
These home meetings are informal, debate is 
encouraged, and coffee is consumed in 
great quantities. 

The last meeting of the year, held in late 
May or early June, consists of a barbecue 
at which all issues are resolved. 




Mendicants Club 



Mendel Club 



The Mendel Club is the outgrowth of an informal 
discussion group that started under the direction of 
Fr. Francis J. Dore, S.J., M.D. Fr. Dore's purpose was 
to acquaint the pre-medical student with the medical 
profession, especially in relation to medical ethics. 
These discussions evolved into the Pre-Medical Semi- 
nar, and soon to the Pre-Medical Club. In the spring 
of 1953, the Pre-Medical Club was renamed the 
Mendel Club in honor of Gregor Mendel, the monk 



who so greatly advanced our knowledge of genetics. 
In 1958, Fr. George L. Drury became moderator and 
under his guidance the Mendel Club continues to pro- 
vide the future doctors and dentists of Boston College 
with some insight into medical education, practice, 
and ethics, and also to acquaint the future biologist 
with the current areas of biological and medical re- 
search. 




Officers: President, Charles J. Hatem; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Michael Lynch; Secretary, Edward Melia; 
Treasurer, John A. Shea. 



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usical Arts 



Society 



Music has always been an integral part of 
Boston College life, and the women of the 
School of Education have carried on this 
musical interest by the Women's Glee Club. 
This organization was founded in 1954 under 
the direction of Miss Barbara Bennett, and 
has given three successful concerts every 

year. In I960, under its present Director, 
Miss Olga Stone, the name was changed 
to The Musical Art Society, and membership 
was extended to the male students of the 
University. This new organization, a combi- 
nation of both singing and bell-ringing, is 
well known locally and has received many in- 
vitations to perform in surrounding areas. 




Officers: Chairman, Noreen Lindner; Treasurer, Elizabeth Carr. 



Rod and Gun Club 



The purpose of the Rod & Gun Club is to promote 
good sportsmanship and wildlife conservation. A va- 
riety of fishing, hunting, and skeet shoot outings pro- 
vide both relaxation and ample opportunity for novice 
sportsmen to learn outdoor skills from the more ex- 
perienced members of the club. A new feature that 



has been added is the annual deer hunt which takes 
place in early December. Frequent showings of hunt- 
ing and fishing films add interest to club meetings. The 
annual campus Turkey and Ham Shoots highlight the 
activities of the Club. 




Officers: President, Walter Kupchu- 
nos; Vice-President, Edward St. Pierre; 
Secretary-Treasurer, John Meskell. 



Society For The Advancement of Managei 




Officers: President, John Kazmierczak; Vice-President, Thomas Beggan; 
Vice-President, Fred Harrigan; Secretary, John Spenlinhauer; Treasurer, 
Robert Caprio. 



The Society for Advancement of Management is a 
recognized national professional organization of man- 
agers in industry, commerce, government and educa- 
tion. It has been dedicated to the advancement of 
management and of management men since 1912 



when the original Taylor Society was established. Pro- 
viding business with a better product to train, mold, 
and refine to meet its needs is the goal of the Boston 
College Chapter. 



W.V. B. C 



WVBC is the student-operated campus 
radio station of Boston College. Founded in 
1958, the station began broadcasting from 
Fulton Hall, where the main studios are lo- 
cated. Operating at low power in the dor- 
mitory area and in Saint Mary's Hall, 
WVBC has undergone vast technical im- 
provements in the past three years and is 
now striving to perfect its programming 
policy. The potential of this student service 
was indicated when WVBC participated in 
the WBUR-Eastern Collegiate Network cov- 
erage of the I960 national election. How- 
ever, the live broadcasts of away hockey 
and basketball games have continued to be 
the most popular programs. 



Officers: Station Manager, Robert E. O'Connell; Office Manager, Ed- 
ward J. St. Pierre; Chief Engineer, David J. Blanchard; Sales Manager, 
Kevin J. Cuszak. 




omen's Recreation Association 



The Women's Recreation Association is 
the only "all woman" club on campus, or- 
ganized to foster integrated athletic and 
social activity. It strives to balance the aca- 
demic pursuits of the students in the School 
of Education. The scheduling of diversified 
events appeals to a wide segment of the 
women students. 

Among the sports offered are: basketball, 
volleyball, badminton, tennis, and softball. 
Under the combined sponsorship of the 
R.O.T.C. and W.R.A., rifiery receives avid 
support as both a team and an individual 
sport. 

The women plan an annual ski trip, a 
dance, bowling parties, swimming parties, 
and play days. Again this year, a cheer- 
leading group was selected by this organi- 
zation for the B.U. and H.C. rallies. 




Officers: President, Grail O'Connor: Vice-President, 
Carol Cloherty; Secretary, Joan Perry; Treasurer, 
Mary Twomey. 



World Relations League 



One of America's greatest needs is for more people 
who understand world problems and will work for their 
solution. For this reason the World Relations League 
presents a program aimed at informing the student 
about foreign affairs. This program includes guest 
speakers, films, and discussions on campus as well as 
intercollegiate activities such as the New England Re- 



gional Conference of International Relations Clubs 
and several model United Nations. 

As early as April, I960, the World Relations League 
proposed forming a Peace Corps. This is one way this 
organization works to inject college students into to- 
day's most vital issue — international affairs. 




Officers: President, Hugh Gilderson; 
Vice-President, Kathie Lorden; Sec- 
retary, Kathy Neville; Treasurer, Joan 
Buckley. 



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Young Republicans 



The Boston College Young Republicans 
Club was formed in I960 with the purpose 
of giving students an opportunity to be- 
come familiar with the Republican Party and 
its ideals. The Club provides students with 
an opportunity to find political expression 
and recognition. In its short history the club 
has presented numerous speakers of national 
and local prominence. Members have also 
taken an active part in election campaigns. 




Officers: President, William Downey; Vice-President, Paul J. 
Kelley; Secretary, Edward McDonough; Treasurer, Robert F. 
Capalbo. 



Young Democrats 



The Young Democrats Club is an organi- 
zation for those on campus interested in 
fostering Democratic Party principles. It is 
a club with three main aims: Education, As- 
sociation, and Action. 

The continuity of the club and the en- 
thusiasm of its members attest to the ful- 
fillment of these aims. 



Officers: President, Kevin Boyle; Vice- 
President, Gene Durgin; Secretary, Eileen 
Moran; Treasurer, William Webber. 




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Officers: President, Mario Di Belardino 
Vice-President, Thomas Lamer; 



Toastmasters' 




Secretary, Thomas Hagan; Treasurer, Robert O'Brien. 



Circle 



The C.B.A. Toastmasters' Circle is an organization 
devoted to the art of oral expression. It realizes the 
importance of the spoken word in business relations, 
and its members strive to perfect the delivery of top- 
ics of their own choosing. A critique by the evaluating 
committee serves to give everyone in the Circle an 



opportunity to analyze the techniques of their associ- 
ates and to express their own opinions. 

The "Toastmasters" Revue", a bi-monthly publica- 
tion, features articles on public speaking and oral 
communication in the business community. 



Nursing English Academy 



Officers: Moderator, Clara M. Siggins, Ph.D.; Sec- 
retary, Paul J. Fitzpatrick, R.N. 




The English Academy of the School of 
Nursing is composed of graduate nurses who 
meet and discuss literature under the direc- 
tion of its founder and moderator, Dr. Clara 
M. Siggins. The Academy was organized in 
I 956 for the purpose of bringing the humani- 
ties closer to the needs of the professional 
school. It meets each month to discuss the 
philosophy of literature, its spiritual and 
idealistic elements, and the question of 
taste. Guest speakers are invited to address 
the Academy on topics of interest in liter- 
ature. Membership is limited to twenty and 
candidates must be of high academic 
standing. 



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M. A. R. S. 




The MARS (Military Affiliate Radio Station), lo- 
cated on the fourth floor of Campion Hall, is an 
ROTC sponsored campus activity. Instruction in basic 
theory and actual "on the air" experience is provided 
for those interested in radio communication. No pre- 



vious radio experience is required although an indi- 
vidual's possession of an amateur or commercial radio 
license is desired. The MARS system is world-wide in 
scope and enables members to make interesting con- 
tacts wherever a MARS station may be located. 



Psychology 
Club 



The Psychology Club was organized in 
1948 by student Joseph Cautela. At pres- 
ent, Dr. Cautela is Professor of Psychology 
and advisor to the club. 

The Psychology Club attempts to pro- 
mote items of interest to students in allied 
fields, and to other students who are inter- 
ested in the many areas of Psychology. The 
activities of the Club include the presenta- 
tion of widely known speakers, discussions 
and films of the pertinent dynamics of Psy- 
chology, social activities, a yearly outing, 
and a Communion Breakfast. 



Officers: President, John Sullivan; Vice-President, Robert Normandin; 
Secretary, Ralph Surette; Treasurer, James Lynch; Public Relations, 
Ron Riley. 



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The primary function of the Bellarmine Law and 
Government Academy is to promote a greater knowl- 
edge and understanding of law and its relations to 
our modern society in the fields of politics, govern- 
ment, and the other social sciences. To this end, a 
series of authoritative experts in these fields are spon- 
sored guest lecturers. This group has included Fr. Rob- 



Bellarmine Law 
and Government 



Officers: President, James Coogan; Vice- 
President, John Sayers; Secretary, Peter Derry; 
Treasurer, Robert Capalbo. 



ert Drinan, S.J., Dean of the Boston College Law 
School, and Robert J. M. O'Hare, head of the Semi- 
nar Research Bureau at Boston College. These noted 
speakers provide the student with insights into the 
practical aspects of their fields, and their lectures are 
meant to complement the academic background of 
the student. 



St Mark's Academy 




Officers: President, Richard McDevitt; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Caroleann Bready; Secretary, Theresa O- 
Malley; Treasurer, Mary Lee. 



Saint Mark's Academy was organized in 
1959 in the School of Education. Member- 
ship is open to all Business majors and to 
others who are interested in a Business Edu- 
cation. A business meeting and a social 
meeting are held by the group each month. 
Guest lecturers are invited to the social 
meetings, thus affording the club members 
the opportunity of hearing outstanding edu- 
cators and leaders in the field of Business 
Education. 



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Italian Academy 



The Italian Academy of Boston College 
is a club which has for its primary purpose a 
fuller and deeper appreciation of Italian 
civilization, culture, literature and folklore. 
The Academy's secondary purpose is to pro- 
vide a common medium between the Acad- 
emy and the student body by means of ap- 
propriate social activities such as parties, 
dances, plays and outings. One such event 
of which the Academy can be especially 
proud is its annual visit to the opera. 




Officers: President, Salvatore Borrello; Vice-President, Francesco Sca- 
duto; Secretary, Ronald Petralia; Treasurer, Thomas Cinella. 



Spanish Academy 



After a period of inactivity, the Spanish Academy 
was reformed in 1948 and soon became one of the 
most productive clubs on campus. The program, con- 
sisting of discussions of Spanish culture and the litera- 
ture of Spain, as well as the Latin American countries, 
aids the members in obtaining a better understanding 
of the Spanish language and the cultural heritage of 
Spain and South America. The annual Academy ban- 
quet climaxes a year which is profitable both from an 
intellectual and a social viewpoint. 



Officers: President, Peter Claps; Vice- 
President, Robert Minasian; Secretary, 
Marie Fiorentino; Treasurer, Jose' Per- 
rotta. 




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Historical Society 



The Historical Society derives its mem- 
berships from all those who are interested 
in the intellectual stimulation which is de- 
rived from the perusal and discussion of his- 
torical events. A bi-monthly series of dis- 
cussions features original papers, and 
studies by the members. 

Officers: President, Robert Collins; Vice-President, 
Stephen Barry; Treasurer, Robert Magner; Secre- 
tary, Eileen Mayhew. 




Geology Club 



Boston College, with the largest enrollment of ge- 
ology students of any Catholic university in the United 
States, has recently witnessed the inception of a new 



organization — the Boston College Geology Club. This 
club, initiated by Roberto Velazco with the help of 
other interested geology majors, has as its main goal 
the channeling of the enthusiasm of these geology 
students into an organized program of activity. The 
members of the club feel that much can be accom- 
plished by a united effort and unity of purpose. 



Officers: President, Robert Shepherd; Vice-President, Roberto Velazco; 
Treasurer, Francis Accetta; Public Relations, John Gallagher. 




Ricci 
Math Academy 






Officers: President, Richard Greechie; Vice- 
President, Richard Doherty; Secretary, John Ca- 
sey; Treasurer, Joseph Sullivan. 




Two years ago the Ricci Math Academy consisted 
of about 50 members. Last year the club had 75 mem- 
bers. This year it boasts over 100 members. This ex- 
traordinary growth is due to its increased activity. 
Both the quality and the quantity of the work pro- 
duced by the club has been substantially increased. 



Students have given lectures, attended seminars, and 
defended mathematical points of view. These all- 
important mathematical extra-curricular activities 
give the student a sturdy background on which to base 
his formal education in Mathematics. 



Young Americans For Freedom 



Co-Chairmen: John Fernandez and Robert Murray. 



Boston College Young Americans For 
Freedom was chartered by the administra- 
tion on November 7th, 1961. It is a bi-par- 
tisan, conservative youth organization dedi- 
cated to America's return to individual 
moral responsibility through Christian eco- 
nomic-political policies as outlined in the 
Sharon Statement. Due to its immediate ac- 
ceptance by many students on the campus, 
it has been able, through mature discussion, 
guest speakers, films, and literature, to pre- 
sent an opportunity for the student body 
to familiarize itself with the rising political 
movement known as Conservatism. 




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Americans For 
Democratic Action 



Officers: Chairman, James McCann; Vice-President, William Coogan; 
Secretary-Treasurer, Francis Sullivan. 



A chapter of Americans for Democratic 
Action was formed at Boston College early 
in 1961. As a campus activity and as a po- 
litical organization, the Boston College 
Chapter orientates its activities to the goal 
of maintaining a liberal political spirit on 
campus. ADA also engages in direct po- 
litical action on a local and national scale. 



Russian Academy 



Russian Academy members prepare to discuss 
U.S.S.R. foreign policy. 



As relations between the United States 
and Russia become more acute, the need 
for a basic understanding of the Russian 
language and culture becomes increasingly 
more important. With the recognition of 
this fact came the establishment of the 
Russian Academy in 1959. Its aims are to 
complement the teaching of Russian here 
at the University, and add a better under- 
standing of the culture, traditions, and 
heritage of that country. 




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Semper Fidelis 
Society 



The Semper Fidelis Society is primarily 
interested in developing an esprit de corps 
among undergraduates who are members of 
the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Platoon 
Leaders Class, or Officer Candidates Class 
programs. It is designed to keep them well 
informed as to current developments and 
policies of the USMCR, and to enable the 
group to meet socially. For the past eight 
years B.C. has been one of the top three 
colleges in the country in numbers partici- 
pating in the Marine Corps undergraduate 
officer training programs. 




Officers: President, Thomas Tierney; Secretary, John Stadtler. 



Savoir Faire Societe 



In I 96 I , the Savoir-faire Societe was formed from a 
non-credit course once offered in the School of Nurs- 
ing. Based On the idea that the woman graduate 
should be skilled in the social graces, the goal of the 
Savior-faire Societe is to produce socially accom- 



plished college women. Lectures, films, demonstra- 
tions, and discussions of womanly interest are pre- 
sented. The Societe includes seventy-four members 
from the Schools of Nursing and Education. 



Officers: President, Cathy Duane; Vice-President, Betty Baylock; Secre- 
tary, Mary Dolan: Treasurer, Judy Hines. 



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G. N. Student- 
Faculty Org. 



In keeping with Jesuit tradition, an impor- 
tant phase of our education at Boston 
College is to, "Produce a true and finished 
woman of character." Apart from one's 
formal education, the Boston College School 
of Nursing is interested in guiding students 
towards their professional and non-profes- 
sional objectives. In the General Nursing 
Program for Graduate Nurses the Student- 
Faculty Organization provides the students 
with this opportunity. Its goals are leader- 
ship, loyalty, cooperation, fellowship, respon- 
sibility and honor. 



Officers: President, Mary R. Flynn; Vice-President, Jean Ouilette; Sec- 
retary, Sheila Fennessy; Treasurer, Valerie Turcotte. 



W. I P. R. 



The "Hams" of the campus. 



W.I P.R. Club members are usually quite 
successful in passing examinations for novice 
radio-operators. When the examinations are 
completed, the members go on the air- 
waves with the crystal controlled novice ap- 
paratus available at the station. A twenty- 
ten meter interlaced, rotating beam-an- 
tenna which permits more distant contacts 
is now in effect and is one example of how 
the club has grown. 




102 




English 
Academy 



The English Academy is composed of 
between thirty and fifty appointed mem- 
bers. They meet twice per month for the 
purpose of listening to poetry, lectures, 
readings and various other literary offerings. 
Discussions and refreshments are served at 
the termination of each program. 



Academy members in a rare pose. 



Students linger at the model of the development of Boston College. 




103 




The Sleepy Eagle 



The Sleepy Eagle is the latest endeavor of the Even- 
ing College. Communication among the student body, 
faculty and administration has been a problem since 
the Evening College moved to the Heights from the 
Intown Center. After much thought and deliberation it 
was decided that the best way to solve this problem 
was to publish an Evening College newspaper giving 
such information as activities taking place for Evening 
College students, and items of interest taking place 
y.\ at the Heights, or under the auspices of Boston Col- 
lege, which the Evening College student might like to 

Front Row: John Henesy, Virginia O'Connell. Rear: Mary Elizabeth attend. 

Lynch, Leo Simons. 



Education Women's Council 



This group of eight women from the School of Edu- 
cation serves as an advisory board to the Dean of 
Women, Miss Mary T. Kinnane. They are a liaison 
between the administration and the students. Univer- 
sity policies in standards of behavior and dress are 
recognized by this group which encourages the women 
students to translate these policies into practical ac- 
tion. The Council has also acted as a co-ordinator 



for women's activities by sponsoring a Women's Ac- 1 
tivities Week. Programs of special interest to the 
women have been presented. These programs include 
an annual fashion show, on annual lecture by a fashion 
consultant and talks by outstanding professional wo- 
men. Council members also serve as the official host- 
esses at School of Education teas. 



Officers: President, Kathleen Bor- 
den; Vice-President, Marie Walsh; 
Secretary, Claudia Demers; Trea- 
surer, Sandra Bissonnette. 

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The Boston College Journal of Business is an under- 
graduate publication of the College of Business 
Administration. It is devoted primarily to questions 
of business theory and practice, and to problems of 
political economy. 

The staff of the Journal is composed of representa- 
tives of each of the major fields of the College of 
Business Administration. There is usually an informal 
weekly meeting at which topics of business interest 
are discussed in order to plan a publication that will 
be interesting and stimulating to the general business 
public as well as to Boston College students and fac- 
ulty. 

The Journal was first published in 1949 under the 
direction of the Business Club. It is now, however, an 
independent organization. Since its inception, the 
Journal has been continually improving and is general- 
ly recognized by members of the business community 
as a publication of sophisticated content. 





Associate Editor Richard J. McGoldrick and Ann Lynn 
Salvatore have just discovered that the typewriter is 
broken. 



Journal of Business 




Managing Editor, Paul Haggerty; Editor, 
Vincent G. Moloney; Associate Editor, 
John K. Higgins, Jr. 



106 




Editor, Gregory M. Dunkel; Managing Editor, Francis J. Sullivan; Senior Editors, 
John Brennan, William D. Mathews, James Moran; Associate Editors, John Campion 
Hirsh, John Hurley, George M. Perreault. 



The Stylus 



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The Stylus, the literary quarterly published by 
the undergraduates of Boston College, is now in 
its eightieth year. Once the only student publi- 
cation of the University, it leads all the student 
media in size of circulation and in the vigor of 
its traditions. 

This year The Stylus first appeared in early 
October with an issue entirely composed of 
stories and poems written by B.C. undergraduates 
which had won prizes or citations of merit in the 
fortieth annual Creative Writing Contest con- 
ducted by the Atlantic Monthly. Two old Boston 
traditions had united to produce the Stylus- 
Atlantic issue, an event unique in the history of 
both magazines. The star of the issue was James 
A. Moran, School of Ed '62, whose short stories 
had won first and fifth prizes in the Atlantic 
contest. Gerald F. Walsh, A&S '61, had won 
third prize in the same division. All the winners 
were students of Professor Leonard Casper. 



107 




George Doherty, Editor; Andre J. de Bethune, Ph.D., Moderator; Associate Editor 
Kevin O'Brien, Gerard L'Heureux, and Charles Hatem. 



Cosmos 



The Cosmos is the newest of the Univer- 
sity's student publications. It has replaced 
all scientific publications and since its incep- 
tion in 1959 has made great strides in grant- 
ing the students an opportunity for presenta- 
tion of scientific ideas. Its impact has been 
striking due to the completely free inter- 
change of ideas and concentration of effort. 
Wide acceptance of the Cosmos has stimu- 
lated a greater interest in the sciences that 
is being felt in all parts of the University. 



THE COSMOS 

VOLUME 4, NUMBER I 
WINTER 1962 





BOSTON COLLEGE 
CHESTNUT HILL 67, MASSACHUSETTS 



108 




Humanities Editor, George MacDonald (far right) reviews a book with the staff. 



Humanities 



The staff in a normal pose. 



The Humanities, Boston College's under- 
graduate journal devoted to original essays 
of research and criticism in the literary arts, 
has been an important publication on cam- 
pus for many years. But not until fairly re- 
cently, under the invigorating leadership of 
pioneering editors, did the magazine, broad- 
ening its outlook and its format, begin to 
find a truly general audience among the 
students. Composed largely of manuscripts 
of a diverse but usually specialized nature, 
and reviews of current, non-fictional books, 
the Humanities offers a rare opportunity for 
those interested in journalism and critical 
work to obtain practical experience. The 
over-all quality of the publication, combined 
with the overwhelmingly favorable reaction 
from the students, insure the magazine an 
even higher place on the campus for a long 
time to come. 




109 




f he Heights 




Ed Duffy, Peter Murphy, Jack 
Sweeney, Richard Dionne, Chris 
Lee, Joe Gergen and Bob Shef- 
field gather for a top level dis- 
cussion. 



Christopher Lee, News Editor 




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Since 1919 the Heights has been the 
official student newspaper of Boston Col- 
lege. A glance at its past pages brings 
back memories of significant strides in the 
University's history. Headlines like "Throngs 
Attend Father Gasson's Funeral" or "Fulton 
Defeats Harvard In Prohibition Debate" or 
"Eagles, Rams Clash at Fenway" nostal- 
gically reflect notable eras of gridiron glories 
and academic achievement. 

As Boston College approaches its cen- 
tennial anniversary, the Heights continues 
to record the news of the campus and reflect 
the views of its students and faculty. In a 
period of transition at Boston College, the 
Heights lends a tone of continuity and 
permanence to an ever-changing campus 
and becomes a living reminder of the sym- 
bolic towers on the Heights. 




Mr. Doherty, Moderator; Bob Sheffield, Tom Regan, Business 
Manager; and Carol De Rensis plan for the next issue. 



The Photography Staff. 




Although the Heights is a symbol of 
permanence it is not a static organization. 
Its permanence lies in the fact that it con- 
tinuously facilitates the exchange of ideas 
among the students and between the stu- 
dents and faculty. The fulfillment of the 
objectives of a student publication demon- 
strates the fact that every week of the 
school year, the Heights is Boston College. 




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A normal Tuesday night. 



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SUB 
TURRI 



John F. Mullen, Business Manager 




Mario A. Di Belardino, Editor in Chief 



To the members of the staff, the Sub 
Turri is more than just a book. It is the 
result of involved planning, frequent 
setbacks, and arduous days of down to 
earth hard work. It is the embodiment 
of a year of sacrifice, but it is also the 
expression of our desires and achieve- 
ments . . . 




A top level gathering: Mario Di Belardino; 
Francesco Scaduto, Associate Editor; Jan 
Hermans, Art and Layout Editor; John Mul- 
len; Bob Minasian. 



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Gerald Phillips, Managing Editor 



Bernard Gately and Pat Stabile, Organizations Editors 




Bob Minasian, Graduate Editor; Marilyn 
Warren, Academic Editor; Fred Harrigan, 
Sales Manager 



Our constant aim was the far-reaching 
goal of capturing the heart of our life at 
Boston College and improving the Annual 
in every aspect of art, photography, and 
copy. Old traditions were broken and new 
ones were begun with the hope that the 
1962 Sub Turri would be a lasting credit to 
the University class it represents. We hope 
that this edition will remain as a challenge 
to be met and surpassed by all future 
staffs . . . 



"Doc" Zolli, Copy Editor, and Bob Del Priore, 
Assistant Copy Editor 



114 



Photo Staff: Pat DeCaprariis; Vic Camp- 
bell; Jim Barrett; Charles Curto, Photog- 
raphy Editor; Jerry Sheehan; James Hart- 
nett; Ray Coyle. 




In the process of improving the yearbook, 
we have enriched ourselves with never-to-be- 
forgotten experiences. New friendships were 
formed as we realized the essence and im- 
portance of cooperation. Old friendships 
were strengthened despite disagreements 
and trying moments. And yet, the most en- 
riching of all experiences was the combining 
of self-interests and desires with those of the 
common effort to produce a work which 
represents people, events, and objects that 
have made our four years at Boston College 
indeed unforgettable. 

Mario A. DiBelardino 
Editor in Chief 
1962 Sub Turri 




Robert Minasian and Ed Connelly, Graduate Edi 
tors; Louise Meehan, Assistant Graduate Editor. 




Gerard McKenna, Athletics Editor; John Savage, 
Athletics staff; James O'Connor, Athletics Editor. 



115 




The editorial staff at the office-warming: 
Gerry Phillips, Frank Zolli, Bernie Gately, 
Marilyn Warren, Ed Connelly, Bob Min- 
asian, Louise Meehan, Joan Buckley, 
Charlie Curto, Fred Harrigan, and Joan 
Alcarez. 




Roberta Shanks explains the advantages to being a W.A.F. 



Frank Scaduto succumbs to the pressure of an 
imminent deadline. 




116 





The story of the 1962 SUB TURRI: a Jesuit beretta, 
a scaleograph, a cup of coffee, layout paper, money 
for supper, ashtray with stale cigarettes, a type 
book, copy sheets, old yearbooks, and no staff 
members. 



Joan Buckley 

Life Editor 




Ed Gyllenhammer 

Index Editor 




James McCourt 

President 



Dominick Rossi 

Treasurer 




College of 
Arts and Sciences 



Vincent McCarthy 

Vice-President 




Peter Derry 

Secretary 




College of 
Business Administration 



Peter Viall 

Secretary 



Kevin Leary 

Vice-President 





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Carol Dorey 

President 



Grace Cononi 

Vice-President 






Kathleen Fenton 

Treasurer 



Johanna Brunalli 

Secretary 



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of 

Education 



Wallace Blackwood 

President 



MaryAnn Nally 

Vice-President 






Graduate Nurses 




Mary Ellen Kilroy 

President 





Emily Rolando 

Vice-President 




Lourene Prendergast 

Secretary-Treasurer 




Evening College 



Leo Kearney 

Treasurer 




John Henesy 

President 



Eileen Duffin 

Secretary 




Walter Ducharme 

Vice-President 





Chairman, Robert Whitten, CBA. Members: Brian Connerty, CBA; Paul McNealy, 
A&S; Edward O'Brien, A&S; Joan Buckley, Sch. of Ed.; Judith Corbett, Sch. of Ed.; 
Mary Ellen Leary, Sch. of Nursing; and Rev. William Mclnnes, Moderator. 



Campus Council 



Composed of two members from 
each student senate, the Campus 
Council Is the highest form of student 
government on campus. An individ- 
ual student or student organization 
may present to the Council its prob- 
lems or proposals for the betterment 
of campus life. The Council then 
discusses these opinions, passes upon 
them, and ultimately submits its own 
position to the respective Deans. 

Matters of campus-wide interest 
or controversy ore also brought be- 
fore the Council for debate. By these 
means, the Campus Council fulfills 
its motto, "The Voice of the Stu- 
dents". 



An informal gathering of the Campus 
Council at the President's Tea. 






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Alpha and Omega 



In April, 1955, Rev. Charles F. Donovan, S.J., 
Dean of the School of Education, announced the 
planned chartering of an honor society. The nom- 
inees, selected on the basis of scholarship, charac- 
ter, leadership, and extra-curricular activities, were 
invited to join the Society on May 4, 1955. A 
distinctive feature of the Alpha & Omega Society 
is that, from its inception, it has conducted an 
active program intended to promote the cultural 
development of its members and the University. 
The program includes an Installation Dinner, recep- 
tions for academically outstanding students, the 
Annual Academic Contest, and the Annual Sym- 
posium. 



Margaret Birmingham 

Secretary-Treasurer 





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Alpha Sigma Nu 



In 1939, a chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu, 
the national honor fraternity for students 
of Jesuit colleges and universities was es- 
tablished at Boston College. Membership 
in Alpha Sigma Nu is the highest honor 
that can be bestowed on an undergraduate 
student. Candidates, chosen during their 
Junior year, must be outstanding in scholar- 
ship, loyalty, and service to the University. 




Charles Hatem 

President 





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Joseph Roberts 

Secretary 



Francesco Scaduto 

Vice-President 




Mario D! Belardino 

Treasurer 



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James O'Connor 

President 




Beta Gamma Sigma 



In 1957, Boston College was fortunate in having 
Beta Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma established at 
the College of Business Administration. 

The purpose of this society is to encourage and 
reward scholarship and accomplishment among the 
students of commerce and business administration; 
to promote the advancement of education in the art 
and science of business; and to foster integrity in 
the conduct of business operation. 

Membership in the chapter is limited to those who 
rank in the upper tenth of their graduating class and 
are of good moral character. Juniors among the 
highest four percent of their class may be elected 
in the last term or semester of the year. 



Paul Doherty 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Francesco Scaduto 

Vice-President 




Brian McDermott 

Secretary 




Stephen McKenna 

Treasurer 



Omicron Chi 
Epsilon 



Omicron Chi Epsilon is a national Eco- 
nomics honor society established at the 
finest universities in the country. As such, 
the society aims to confer distinction on the 
high scholastic achievement of its members, 
and also to stimulate students' interest in 
the field of Economics. The society publishes 
a journal which promotes both these aims 
through its nationwide circulation. Mu Chap- 
ter of Boston College was founded in 1959 
with these factors in mind. 




Michael Tyner 

President 



William Donovan 

C.B.A. Vice-President 




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Cross and Crown 



The Order of the Cross and Crown is 
reserved for members of the Senior Class 
of the College of Arts and Sciences who 
have achieved distinction during the first 
three years both in studies and in extra- 
curricular activities. This means that they 
must achieve a yearly average of at least 
88% and have gained at least twelve points 
in extra-curricular activities in accordance 
with a system set up by the College. 

Members of the society were selected 
from Juniors who submitted an application 
to the office of the Dean. The recommenda- 
tions of last year's members were also de- 
ciding factors in the selection of these 
students. 




George MacDonald 

Marshal 






Robert Magner 

Marshal 



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Seated middle; Student Moderator, Jean Marie Egan. 



Siena Society 




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Maureen James and Eleanor Langone at the Child- 
ren's Hospital. 

The Siena Society is an honors group 
reserved for the members of the Senior class 
of the Boston College School of Nursing who 
have achieved a high scholastic standing 
and who have been most active in university 
activities. Selection is by. application, exam- 
ination of the student's record, and an inter- 
view by present members. 

The Siena Society is named in honor of 
St. Catherine of Siena, a saint outstanding 
intellectually and in her service to others. By 
following her example, the members are bet- 
ter able to incorporate the ideal of Ad 
Majorem Dei Gloriam into their lives both 
professionally and academically. 

There are eleven members of the Senior 
class in the Society at present. The Junior 
members will be selected during the spring 
semester and will be received into the Soci- 
ety at the annual reception and tea on or 
near the feast of St. Catherine of Siena, 
April 30. 



Robert Commizzoli 

President 



Jack Walsh 

Treasurer 




James Lee 

Secretary 



John Hogan 

Vice-President 



Sigma Pi Sigma is a national Physics honor society. 
It was founded in 1921 as a local honor organization 
at Davidson College, North Carolina, and in 1925 
plans for the creation of a national society were put 
into action. As of June, I960 there were over 105 
chapters in Sigma Pi Sigma. The Boston College Chap- 
ter had its origin with a group of interested Physics 
students who petitioned the society for membership, 



and in I 953 the Chapter was created. 

The goals of Sigma Pi Sigma are the awarding of 
recognition to the deserving student of Physics, the 
promotion of interest in research and study, the en- 
couragement of professional spirit, and the stimulation 
of interest in Physics among college students in 
general. 




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Arts and Sciences 
Honors Program 



The Honors Program of the College of 
Arts and Sciences provides the participants 
in the program with special seminars and 
similar courses not found in the established 
curriculum. It is hoped that through such 
arrangements students will be allowed to 
advance in accord with their abilities under 
the supervision of challenging teachers and 
stimulating course work. 



Gordon Cackowski and John Hogan plan an Honors 
project with Fr. Leonard, S.J. 



The intelligentsia of the College 
of Arts and Sciences — missing Dr. 
Duhamel, moderator. 




134 



C B. A. Honors 
Program 



The C.B.A. Honors Program aims to meet 
and challenge the capacities of superior 
students entering the field of Business Ad- 
ministration. Individual treatment, intellec- 
tual stimulation, independent work and the 
development of a professional attitude in 
the approach to business problems consti- 
tute the fundamentals of the Program. Stu- 
dents extended the privilege of participa- 
tion are selected on the basis of demon- 
strated ability in their Freshman year, high 
school record, faculty recommendations, 
and personal interview. 




Dr. Raymond Aherne, Director of the C.B.A. Honors Prograr 



The intelligentsia of the College of Business Administration 

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135 




Education Honors Program 




The School of Education invites students 
of high academic standing and unusual abil- 
ity to join the Honors Program. In their Soph- 
omore and Junior years, these students 
attend tutorials and colloquia in which they 
are guided to understand, discuss, and eval- 
uate influential writings in the humanities. 
Having reached a level of competence in 
these arts, the Senior members, under the 
direction of Father William E. FitzSerald, 
S.J., return to teach the Sophomores. 



Marilyn Harrison, Ed Gyllenhammer, Pat Clark, and 
Joe Roberts discuss the next seminar. 




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Delta Eta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Ps 
is a chapter of the oldest professional busi- 
ness fraternity in the United States. Its 
principal objectives are to further the we 
fare of its members, to foster scientific re- 
search in the fields of commerce, account- 
ing, and finance, and to educate the public 
to appreciate and demand higher ideals 
therein. 

Delta Eta, one of the foremost chapters 
in the country, has continually attempted 
to better itself in all phases of professiona 
activity. Recently, it initiated the Delta 
Eta "Newsletter," a bi-monthly publication 
devoted to research in the various fields of 
the business society. Also, a Career Day 
has been planned for the benefit of the 
student body. One of its most recent suc- 
cesses was its display of the major fields 
of study in the College of Business Adminis- 
tration. Criteria for membership are charac- 
ter, scholastic achievement, and participa- 
tion in extra curricular activities. 



138 




Delta Sigma Pi 



Officers: Junior Vice-President, William Donovan, Jr.; Treasurer, Dan 
Coughlin; President, Robert Whitten; Secretary, Edward Costello; 
Senior Vice-President, Donald Kiernan. 




Delta Sigma Pi is one of the most promi- 
nent and leading national fraternities in 
the professional field. Its purpose is to foster 
the study of business in universities; to 
encourage scholarship, social activity and 
the association of students for their mutual 
advancement by research and practice; to 
promote closer affiliation between the com- 
mercial world and students of commerce; 
to further a higher standard of commercial 
ethics and culture and the civic and com- 
mercial welfare of the community. 

Membership is limited to regularly enrolled 
male students and members of the faculty in 
schools of commerce and business adminis- 
tration. 

Delta Kappa chapter of Delta Sigma Pi 
was founded at Boston College on May 4, 
1957 and now consists of fifty-seven 
brothers. 



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Kappa Pi 



Boston College's newest fraternity, Kappa 
Pi, was founded in 1959 by the male stu- 
dents of the School of Education. In its first 
two years, the fraternity was mainly inter- 
ested in acquiring members. This year Kappa 
Pi launched a program to attain the high 
educational objectives proclaimed in its 
constitution. A series of speakers and social 
events were designed to promote fellowship, 
bring the members closer to the profession, 
and render service to the University. 

In the future, Kappa Pi hopes to include 
more students from the other schools so that 
those students interested in the teaching 
profession may reap the benefits of member- 
ship in such an organization. 




Bill Russell 

President 




Ronald Thomas 

Secretary 




George Grasso 

Treasurer 




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Women's 
Sodality 




Officers: Prefect, Mary Ann Sposini; Vice-Prefect, Joyce Deveau; Secretary, Claudia 
Demers; Treasurer, Martha Ann Kelly. 



The Sociality is a way of life which fosters 
the spiritual life of its members and those 
around them. With personal spiritual life as 
a background, the Sodalist engages in apo- 
stolic and social activities both on campus 
and in the community. Within the Sodality 



itself there is a candidate program for new 
members which is directed by Reverend 
Edmund J. Hogan, S.J. Small groups of 
consecrated members meet weekly with 
Reverend David Cummiskey, S.J. 



Graduate Nurses' Sodality 



The Boston College Graduate Nurses' Sodality was 
organized on January 16, 1949, under the special pat- 
ronage of Our Lady of the Visitation. The purpose of 
the Graduate Nurse Sodality is to organize Catholic 
nurses under Our Lady's name and to cultivate a sin- 
Defenders of the Faith in our nation's hospitals 



cere devotion, reverence, and filial love for her. Each 
Sodalist strives for personal sanctification, to save 
and sanctify others, and to defend the Church of 
Christ. 




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Officers: President, John P. Milan; Vice-President, William W. Doyle; 
Treasurer-Secretary, Martin H. Dull. 



John Berchman Society 



Men's Sodality 



The Men's Sodality of Boston College 
provides a specialized training program de- 
signed to develop greater lay initiative and 
responsibility in the service of the Church, 
a better understanding of one's role in the 
Mystical Body, and an ability to appraise 
world, community, and campus problems 
with a view to their solution. The Sodality 
then acts as a framework within which the 
Catholic spirit of the members can be effi- 
ciently used to exert a Christianizing influ- 
ence on the social order. 



Edward Sawicki 

President 



The John Berchman Society is 
formed for the specific purpose of 
organizing all those dormitory 
students who wish to serve the 
daily and Sunday Mass at St. 
Joseph's Chapel. In the fall of 
each year, classes are conducted 
by the regular members for the 
benefit of the new members. The 
members perform a great service 
for the priests who prefect the 
dormitory corridors. 




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Evening 

School 

Sodality 




Officers: Prefect, Virginia O'Connell; Secretary, Mary E. Lynch; Trea- 
surer, J. Lee Cawthorne. 



The aims of the Evening School Sodality are to offer the evening stu- 
dents an opportunity for spiritual enrichment by sponsoring religious ac- 
tivities. Days of recollection, holy hours, Communion breakfasts, and an 
annual retreat are only some of the activities the Sodality utilizes in its 
accomplishment of the work of the Lay Apostolate. 



Basic Nurses Sodality 



Officers: President, Marie Duggan; Vice-President, Ann Cumming; 
Secretary, Judith McLaughlin; Treasurer, Kathleen Roycroft. 



The Basic Nurses' Sodality forms a vital 
link in the Archdiocesan chain of college 
sodalities. Through it, the undergraduate 
nurses of Boston College succeed in their 
motto, "To Jesus through Mary." Their ac- 
tivities are arranged to fit their busy sched- 
ules both in the hospital and while on cam- 
pus. They are ably led by Moderator Rev. 
Gorman, S.J. 




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IIII New York 

llll 



Officers: President, Peter Viall; Vice- 
President, David Wands; Secretary, 
Pam Prime; Treasurer, Roy French. 



The New York Club of Boston College was formally 
founded in 1954. Previous to this time, an unorganized 
Metropolitan Club existed without a charter. The 
purpose of the Club is to foster an atmosphere both 
spiritual and social, and provide a closer union among 
the students from the New York-New Jersey area. 
Included in the activities of the club are an annual 



Christmas dance, this year held at the Summit, New 
York City's newest hotel, and a picnic held at the 
close of the school year. The Club also organizes trips 
to athletic events, holds several dinner dances and 
parties, as well as sponsoring a Communion Break- 
fast each year. 



Western N. Y. 



Officers: President, Mike Hanna; Vice-President, 
Gene Clifford; Secretary, Betsy O'Connor; Trea- 
surer, Dave Knipper. 



The Western New York Club was formed 
in the early spring of 1961 for the purpose 
of fostering the spirit of Boston College at 
home and on campus. It is the youngest of 
the regional clubs at Boston College, and it 
is rapidly becoming one of the most active. 
The club sponsors social functions in New 
York State such as the annual Christmas 
Dance in Rochester, and various social func- 
tions here in Boston. The officers of the club 
are now striving to organize a system where- 
by the people of the Western New York 
area will be as closely united after they 
graduate as they are while at the Heights. 




144 



Maine 



In 1954, a small group of students from 
Maine banded together in order to retain 
a certain autonomy and to promote to the 
student body the haven known as "Vaca- 
tionland". The grandest social event on the 
agenda is the Annual Christmas Dance, now 
in its eighth season and growing with the 
times. A small but familial group, the Maine 
Club of Boston College is confident of pros- 
perity and continued growth. 




Officers: President, David Madigan; Secretary, Alice Mac- 
Donough; Treasurer, Paul Chabot; Vice-President, Carl Cyr. 



Rhode Island 



Formed in the fall of 1958, the Rhode Island Club 
has been characterized by a steady growth over the 
past three years. The membership has expanded from 
twenty-eight to sixty-five and the social functions 
have increased. The Club sponsors dances and parties 



in Rhode Island, both during Christmas and Easter 
recesses, and banquets in Boston. Profits are used to 
sponsor the orientation program for incoming Rhode 
Island freshmen. 




Officers: President, Ed Infantolino; 
Vice-President, Lou Cioci; Secretary, 
Nina Celona; Treasurer, Fred Bou- 
chard. 



145 





R. A. All the Way!!! 






Present Arms! 



Change of command. 



Lewis Drill Team 




Membership on the Lewis Drill Team is voluntary 
and open to all cadets. It brings to Boston College 
and the Army an honor in keeping with the motto, 
"Ever to Excel". The team is composed of three 
platoons which participate in four annual competi- 
tions. As a result they have become "New England's 
finest." Their appearances in the parades around 
Greater Boston, New York on St. Patrick's Day, and 
Washington, D.C. during the Cherry Blossom Fes- 
tival, make them goodwill emissaries of the Univer- 
sity and of the R.O.T.C. These drill champions also 
provide honor guards for distinguished guests and 
color guards for athletic events. 



The J.V. Team displays its tal 
ent in front of Blinstrubs. 



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Guide Right. 




The Boston College R.O.T.C. Band has grown 
in both quantity and quality along with the R.O.- 
T.C. Brigade. This has become particularly ev- 
ident through the ever increasing demand for 
its appearance in public events. Under the able 
drum majorship of Cadet Francis Burke these 
musicians have displayed their talents in numer- 
ous performances in parades from New York's 
Fifth Avenue to Boston's Tremont Street. On 
campus they participate in the R.O.T.C. Day 
ceremonies, the Military Mass, and the Spring 
Review. These envoys from Chestnut Hill have 
captured many victories in the form of prizes 
and awards; we are well proud of their outstand- 
ing achievements. 




R.O.T.C. 
Band 



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The band rehearses before the B.U. 



Cadet first lieutenant Bernard Gately leads the color guard 
and band into a victory V. 



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Cadet 

Officers 

Club 



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A three man detail folds our nation's flag. 



During the past few years the Officers Club 
has doubled both its membership and its activi- 
ties. Membership in the club is open to all cadets 
in the R.O.T.C. Advanced Course. Its purpose 
entails the rendering of service to both the Uni- 
versity, the R.O.T.C, and college sponsored 
functions in order to instill esprit-de-corps among 
advanced corps cadets. This has been accom- 
plished by extra-curricular instruction and de- 
velopment of the character of these future army 
officers. 



Far Right: President, Steve Tobon. Far Left: Moderator, Ma- 
jor Claude W. Cooper. 




Military 
Ball 




Distinguished 

Military 

Students 



The Distinguished Military Students were 
so designated by Col. Wood after careful 
consideration of their qualifications. These 
seniors possess outstanding qualities of lead- 
ership, high moral character, and a definite 
aptitude for the military service. They have 
creditably accomplished their academic re- 
quirements and have demonstrated leader- 
ship ability through their achievements while 
participating in recognized campus activi- 
ties. They are militarily in the upper third of 
their R.O.T.C. class and academically in 
the upper half of their college class. 





153 



Second Battle Group: Arnold, C O; Horrigan, 
S-l; Regan, S-2; LaVoie, X O; Murphy, S-4; 
Cackowski, S-3. 





First Battle Group: DiBelardino, C O; Doherty, 
S-4; Lundregan, S-3; McKenna, X O; Dolan, S-2; 
Meyers, S-l . 



Cadet 



Staffs 




Third Battle Group: Signorello, C O; O'Dell, S-2; Buckley, 
X O; Whitten, S-3; Hagan, S-4; absent, Brennan, S-l. 



154 




Brigade Staff: Tobon, Dep. C O; Greely, 
C O; Turcotte, X O; Rebello, Liaison; Car- 
low, S-4; Locke, S-3; Beauregard, S-2; Ma- 
honey, S-l ; Connelly, P I O. 





Spring cleaning 



Our first day at camp 



Summer Camp 1961 



A quiet Friday evening at Fort Devens 





Honorable Henry Cabot Lodge delivers 
main address for 1961 Summer Camp 
Graduation. 



A very short break 




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About face! 




Cadet Blaney addresses the Court. 




Major Moore checks the day's correspondence. 



Major Cooper inspects the files. 




157 




Col. Merigold studies cadet reports. 




But my mother says I need a 38 medium. 




s* Last minute instructions. 




The Annual Turkey Shoot. 



Sgt. Page checks the score. 





159 




The R. O. T. C. Cadet Award display 




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Lt. Col. John C. Wood, U. S. A., P. M. S. 







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The underclassmen are the spark of the 
University. They are the source of all the 
unbounded and unguided energy that is 
channeled into the production of the ac- 
tivities of the campus. As Freshmen they 
are as yet unsure of their way; they grope 
unsteadily, and through their errors, they 
learn. The cocky self-assuredness of Sopho- 
more year finds them climbing a little closer 
to the responsibility of which they are so 
capable, but just one last fling, one more 
blow-off before they take the next step. As 
Juniors they can see what must be done and 
they do it. Their path lies clear before them; 
as each decision is passed, they approach 
ever closer to their objective, to the stature 
and realization of Senior year. They are the 
heirs of the world and they are reaching for 
it. 



Their path lies clear before them; 

as each decision is passed, 

they approach a little closer to their 

objective, to the stature and the 

realization of Senior year . . . 




165 



Hm, I feel so good. 




B.C. underclassmen are always alert and ready to go. 




'Maaatilda, Maaatilda . 




Dr. White watches a student's graphing technique. 



Dr. Fimian checks controls in lab. 





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The initial exposure to Philosophy. 



167 




Prof. Dunn assists a prospective C.P.A. 



Prof. Boulanger lectures on the German language. 



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Fr. Devine explains the term "Yahweh" to freshman 
students. 





A panel discussion takes place in Prof. McCue's 
Rhetoric class. 




Some underclass members of Alpha Kappa Psi listen 
intently to a lecture on opportunities in business. 



A Sophomore Russian class 




"Who made you, son"? 




170 



The Junior Interclass Council 





The 1963 staff of the Heights surround the Editors- 
in-Chief, John Higgins and Ed Duffy 



The CBA Debating Society 



171 




Spring fever at its peak. 



'Stick 



em up 




'It's no use, she's dating a senior". 




Hear-Here! 



172 






Oh Holy Cross, on bended knee 




'Do you realize we're almost sophomores?" 



173 



Taking full advantage of the first Spring- 
like day. 




Nurses cram anywhere they can 
174 




Spring fever 



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175 




'Jane is nice but she doesn't twist 




Underclassmen enter St. Mary's chapel for daily Mass. 



A lone co-ed strolls down Linden Lane. 




"Let's see, today we have salami, provo- 
lone, and prosciutto on rye." 



177 




The Sophomore Interclass Council. 



It seems the only students who look at bulletin boards are freshmen. 





"What would the troops say if they saw me now?" 



178 



Some students never seem to make a 
nine o'clock class. 



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A stroll through the campus. 



A triple date in this"? |. | 




179 




The tower from Bapst Library. 




Locked out of the library again. 



Day hops descend from the Heights. 



180 





In early Spring thoughts turn to other activities. 



Sub Turri Centennial Editors: Thomas Jackson, Editor- 
in-Chief; Roberta Shanks, Managing Editor; Mike 
Hanna, Business Manager. 




Alpha Kappa Psi underclassmen, Len McCarthy and Dennis 
Farrington, display first prize in Marlboro contest. 



181 





Ascending to the Heights 




Say, this looks a lot like a blank check. 




33% fewer cavities in our group. 




Campion Hall foyer 




'Where else would you suggest we hide the body 



183 




really slaughtered him when he com- 
litted "vicious circle". 




The Fulton Debating Society has won national recognition. 



Fulton members discuss techniques of debating. 



184 




Classmates gather to exchange notes. 



Tonight, "The Misfits' 





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Partial view of Cushing and Campion Halls. 
Is Dino Martin watching? 



I don't believe it. 




186 




Was I supposed to get the film? 



According to this the professor is way out. 







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That darn bus is always late 



187 




Third floor — lingerie, foundation gar- 
ments, and men's room." 




A&S Junior Honors Program 




A&S Freshman Honors Program 



then take a left at the second traffic light." 



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CBA Junior Honors Program 




School of Education Sophomore 
Honors Program 








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A&S Sophomore Honors Program 



189 




CBA Sophomore Honors Program 



The Centennial Committee 






'And they say these cars never need gas!' 



190 



The Freshman Interclass Council 




Major Turcotte demonstrates the position of port arms. 



This happens every month. 



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191 



A Crusader is carried to rest. 




A serious dorm student. 




B.C. tradition at its best. 



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192 






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Underclass football stars whoop it up. 




How could he have dropped that pass"? 




Miss Rice, I am fulfilling an assignment' 



193 




Holy Mary, Mother of God 



194 




A brief moment with a friend. 









Five minutes a day for self-reflection. 



195 



They are the 
heirs of the world 




and they are 
reaching for it. 



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There is perhaps a no more colorful way 
to exemplify the expansion of the University 
and the concurrent awakening of esprit de 
corps than by the spectacle of college ath- 
letics. They are the typification of all the 
symbols of manly tradition and progressive 
techniques that have been evolving at the 
Heights for almost a century. 

The mighty roar of a packed stadium as 
the well-trained muscles of a Boston College 
football team propel lithe bodies across 
green turf adds still another chill to the al- 
ready crisp Autumn air. The gasp of spec- 
tators as a runner hurtles himself across the 
tape or a backcourt man weaves through 
the opposition for the winning lay-up gives 
notice to the world of the Uhiversity's prow- 
ess. 

Whether the team be equipped with rac- 
quets or golf clubs, ice skates or skis, they 
are sure to find a tourney in which they can 
command recognition. From sailing to base- 
ball, they are champions. They carry the 
name of Boston College proudly across the 
nation from the gridirons of Texas to the 
waters off New York; they play to win on the 
diamonds of Omaha and the rinks of Denver. 
Always in pursuit of victory, never in doubt 
or fear, they represent to everyone the in- 
domitable spirit to excel. 




"Be a good boy and grow up to 
man. Study hard when you go 
leader in everything good in life, 
olic and you can't help being a 
Play fair always. Strive to win, 
lose, lose like a gentleman and a 
Don't ever be a quitter either in 
business or profession when you 
the education you can." 



be a good young 
to school. Be a 
Be a good Cath- 

good American, 
but if you must 

good sportsman, 
sports or in your 
grow up. Get all 





Spring green is the memory of Commander 
John J. Shea, U.S.N., who went to his grave 
250 miles northwest of Espiritu Santo on a Sun- 
day afternoon, September 15, 1942, in the Gua- 
dalcanal Campaign. 

The 14,700 ton aircraft carrier USS WASP, 
seventh in the line of eight historic ships which 
have borne the name, was the target of a spread 
of four torpedoes fired by Japanese submarine 
1-19. 

Shea was one of the 193 WASP heroes killed 
that day, but vivid memories of the man are 
kept alive by the "Bequest of a Hero," a poign- 
antly beautiful letter that the Naval aviation 
pioneer wrote to his little five year old son, 
Jackie. 

Commander Shea's Alma Mater, Boston Col- 
lege, has kept alive his memory, too. For some 
years a portrait of the scholar-athlete-hero has 
dominated the student lounge at Gasson Hall 
on the Chestnut Hill campus, a room where the 
Cambridge student had studied inorganic chem- 
istry when he was at the Heights from 1914 to 
1918. 

And the flames of memory were kindled anew 
with the decision of Very Rev. Michael P. 
Walsh, S.J., President of Boston College, and 
the Trustees to name the new 10 acre athletic 
and recreation area on the campus os Comman- 
der John J. Shea Field. 



201 




Student 



Athlete 



The count is 3 and 2, two outs, the bottom 
of the ninth, and the bases are loaded with 
enemy runners. B.C. leads I to 0. 

Whom do you want the ball hit to? 

If you're a B.C. fan, you hope that the young 
fellow at bat grounds it to Frank Faggiano, the 
whiffle-haired captain of the 1962 Boston 
College baseball team. If the ball is hit to 
Faggiano, then you know that B.C. will win, 
I toO. 

Competency personified is Frank Faggiano, 
"3 5 ft. 10 in., 175-pound graduate of Bishop 
Bradley in New Hampshire. An All-State foot- 
ball selection while in high school, Faggiano 
aspires to a pro baseball career or a future in 
the business world after June graduation. 




202 




1st Row: Ed Harrison, Ass't. Mgr.; Gerry Hamel, Frank Robotti, Bill Robinson, Bob 
"Beaver" Martin, Captain; Coach Ed Pellagrini, Bob Graham, Bob Niemiec, Charlie 
Bunker, John Nugent, Manager. 2nd Row: Paul Comeau, Gerry Greely, Jack Coyle, 
Chuck Chevalier, Bernie Kilroy, Bill Nagle, Frank Faggiano, Bill Cunis. 3rd Row: Frank 
O'Keefe, Equipment Mgr.; Bill Novelline, Jr. Mgr.; Bob Ciero, Jack McGann, Tom 
McGahan, Bob DeFelice, Art Graham, Frank Jones, Trainer. 



HEAD COACH EDDIE PELLAGRINI 



1961 New England Champions (District 



1961 Greater Boston League Champions 











FINAL STATISTICS 


















Won 18 


Lost 6 










B.C. 


14 


MIT 


1 


Niemiec) 


B.C. 


1 


Providence 


4 


(Robinson) 


B.C. 


II 


Brandeis 





Robinson) 


B.C. 


3 


Fordham 


2 


(Niemiec) 


B.C. 


7 


St. Peter's 





Greely) 


B.C. 


16 


Holy Cross 


1 


(Robinson) 


B.C. 


II 


Providence 


6 


Robinson) 


B.C. 


II 


Springfield 


8 


(Bunker)* 


B.C. 


7 


Tufts 


2 


Robinson) 


B.C. 


4 


U Conn 


1 


(Niemiec)* 


B.C. 


2 


Colby 


4 


Bunker) 


B.C. 


2 


U Conn 


3 


(Robinson)* 


B.C. 


6 


Harvard 


2 


Niemiec) 


B.C. 


14 


U Conn 


4 


(Niemiec)* 


B.C. 


8 


Northeastern 


5 


Robinson) 


B.C. 


5 


Holy Cross 


2 


(Greely) 


B.C. 


3 


Northeastern 





Bunker) 


B.C. 


3 


West. Mich. 


2 


(Niemiec)** 


B.C. 


3 


Boston Univ. 


1 


Niemiec) 


B.C. 


3 


So. Calif. 


10 


(Bunker)** 


B.C. 


6 


Tufts 





Robinson) 


B.C. 


4 


Duke 


3 


(Robinson)** 


B.C. 


5 


Springfield 


8 


McGann) 


B.C. 


3 


So. Calif. 


4 


(Robinson)** 


* NCAA District 


1 playoffs 
















** NCAA Championship, Omaha (College 


World S< 


ries) 













203 




Gerry Greely gets set to heave a fast one. 



The Boston College Eagles, New En- 
gland's baseball powerhouse, opened the 
1961 baseball season as defending Greater 
Boston League and District I Champions. 
The 1961 Eagles were the team to beat and 
everyone in New England knew it. The 
Eagles had speed, talent, balance and great 
pitching depth. They played Eddie Pella- 
grini's fighting, come-from-behind brand of 
baseball. From the beginning it was Omaha 
and the College World Series or bust. 

The Eagles initially served notice with 
eight straight hits and seven runs in the first 
inning of their opener aganist M.I.T. Chuck 
"The Ghost" Chevalier started things mov- 
ing with a perfect bunt down the third base- 
line. Veteran second baseman Johnny Coyle 
tapped a single to left and Gerry Hamel 
lined a single down the right field line that 
sent Chevy flying home and moved Coyle 
to third. Left fielder Bill Cunis followed with 
a single up the middle scoring Coyle. Cap- 
tain Beaver Martin slashed a liner into left, 
scoring Hamel and sending the speed mer- 
chant Cunis to third. Framingham's Bernie 
Kilroy refused to make the first out and 
clutched a long double into left center scor- 
ing both Cunis and Martin. It wasn't over 
yet, rookie catcher Bobby DeFelice stroked 
a two strike pitch into right field and Kilroy 



was home. Six runs in and third sacker Frank 
Faggiano greeted the first pitch with a liner 
off the right field fence that cleared the 
bases. Tough Bobby Niemiec finally became 
M.I.T. 's first victim hitting a screaming 
grounder to short. By the time the afternoon 
was over however, Niemiec had redeemed 
himself with a nifty two hitter while the rest 
of the Eagles pounded away for an addition 
of 12 hits and 7 more runs, final score B.C. 
14— M.I.T. I. 



Bob DeFelice rounds the "hot corner" en route to 
another Eagle tally. 




204 



It was Billy Robinson Day at Brandeis 
Field- as the rugged right hander shut out 
coach Foxy Flumere's squad II to 0. The 
Eagles helped with a barrage of seventeen 
hits, three by Johnny Coyle with triples by 
Billy Cunis and Capt. Bob Martin. 

The Eagles kept scoring with consecutive 
victories over St. Peter's of New Jersey, 
Providence, and Tufts. Junior speedballer 
Gerry Greely proved himself against St. 
Peter's with a neat three hit, 7-0 shutout. 
Sophomore sensation Bobby DeFelice led 
the Eagles to an 11-6 victory over the Provi- 
dence Friars with four straight hits. All-Star 
pitcher Billy Robinson racked up victories 
two and three with a brilliant relief stint 
against Providence and a 7-2 victory over 
Northeastern. 

Colby College halted the rampage with 
a 4-2 victory over the Eagles. It was a 
vengeful victory for the Maine nine who had 
suffered a 12-1 loss at Boston College Field 
the previous year. 

The Eagles bounced back against a tough 
blarvard University. It was the "Stopper" 
Bobby Niemiec, who retaliated with a 6-2 
victory. First baseman Bernie Kilroy carried 




'Beaver" Martin is safe at first. 



Chuck Chevalier connects on a clutch hit to left. 




the load with a two run homer in the third. 
It was a historic clout, the first at B.C.'s new 
Commander Shea Field. 

The Harvard win spurred successive vic- 
tories over Northeastern, Boston University, 
and Tufts. The road to Omaha looked clear 
again. 

They said it couldn't be done, but a 
scrappy Springfield College nine hustled the 
Eagles right off the field with an 8-5 victory. 
The Eagles were stunned but the shock was 
not over yet. 



205 




Jack Coyle powers his way down to first after a slow grounder to short. 



Providence College visited Commander Shea 
Field the following Saturday and handed B.C. 
its second straight loss. The defeat marked big 
Bill Robinson's first loss of his college career. 

The two defeats set the stage for a showdown 
game against Fordham. Tourney selections were 
close at hand and the Eagles needed a win. 
Coach Pellagrini went with knuckleballing Bob 
Niemiec. The tobacco-chewing twins Bill Cunis 
and Frank Faggiano aided by Bobby Graham 
sparked a 3-2 victory with sensational fielding 
and clutch hitting. 

Bill Robinson and Jack McGann, the football 
duo, pitched the Eagles to a 14-1 victory over 
arch-rival Holy Cross. A big seven run first inning 
was enough for the victory and insured B. C.'s 
tourney selection. Hitting star of the game was 
the Tapper, Johnny Coyle. 

The Eagles breezed through the first two games 
of the District I playoffs on the strong arm pitch- 
ing of Robinson, Bunker, and Niemiec plus the 
redhot bat of Capt. Martin. The Eagles belted 
Springfield in the opener I 1-8. Chevalier came to 
life with two hits while Cunis and Kilroy collected 
triples. UConn's high riding Huskies became the 
Eagles next victim as Bob Niemiec shut the door 
on Connecticut's Joe Clement, 4-1 . 

The third round game against Connecticut saw 
the Eagles submit 3-2 in a pitching struggle be- 
tween Bill Robinson and Connecticut's Prynby- 
cien. Capt. Martin's bat kept burning as he blast- 
ed out two doubles and a single. 

The loss threw the tourney into an extra day 
and now the Eagles would have to bounce back 
and again tangle with the Huskies for the trip to 
Omaha and a chance at the College World 
Championship. 



Mixed emotions. 




206 



Connecticut won the toss and became the 
home team, and B.C. the first team to bat. B.C. 
unloaded immediately. After Chuck Chevalier 
had walked, Gerry Hamel blasted a homer to 
right center. Cunis followed with another four 
bagger to left that stunned the Huskies. The Con- 
necticut team fought back in the bottom of the 
first, scoring two runs. The Eagles pressed on with 
clutch singles by Cunis and Martin scoring two 
more. Niemiec settled down and the Boston boys 
iced the game in the third. Hamel unleashed his 
second homer of the game. After Bill Cunis col- 
lected his third straight hit, Bernie Kilroy, the 
Connecticut Wrecker, belted a towering drive 
into the right field stands, final score B.C. 14- 
UConn. 4. 

At Omaha, Nebraska, scene of the 1961 Col- 
lege World Series, the opening game at spacious 
Omaha Municipal Stadium pitted Boston College 
against the Big Ten champions, Western Mich- 
igan. Pellagrin! called on his "Little General," 
Bob Niemiec. 

Western Michigan's fireballing Joe Hamet 
gave up one hit in six innings, a single to lead-off 
man Chuck Chevalier in the first inning. Niemiec 
had given up back to back triples in the sixth 
for one run and W. Michigan had picked up an- 
other on an error in the seventh. 

The Eagles chopped away in the seventh as 
Capt. Bob Martin, sporting a fantastic .647 over- 
all tourney average, belted a long double to left 
center. With two down, Frank Faggiano drilled a 
single to right, putting the Eagles one run behind. 





Faggiano heads home to rack up another score 
against Northeastern. 



Bill Cunis touches the plate after homering 
against Connecticut. 




207 




Capt. Martin reviews the rules. 



Niemiec fought brilliantly in the top half of the 
eighth, retiring the side on a long fly after the 
first two batters had belted singles. 

The Eagles roared back in the bottom of the 
eighth as shortstop Chevalier singled up the mid- 
dle. Billy "Roger" Nagle, Hamel's World Series 
replacement, smashed a long single down the 
right field line moving the "Ghost" to third. A 
wild pitch scored Chevalier from third and now 
with two down up stepped the Captain, Beaver 
Martin. He belted the first pitch into center field 
scoring Nagle easily, final score B.C. 3 - W. 
Michigan 2. 

The second round of this double elimination 
tourney saw B.C. play the Southern California 
Trojans in the second game of a twi-night double 
header. Some ten thousand fans came out to the 
stadium to see if someone could upset the tour- 
ney favored Trojans. 

B.C. sent its junior fast balling ace Charlie 
Bunker to stop the West Coast champions. Al- 
though the Eagles took an early lead, the Cali- 
fornia boys were not to be denied. Bunker tired, 
and the colorful Trojans opened up with a barrage 
of hits that wore the Eagles down, final score 
So. Cal. 10- B.C. 3. 

Two bright spots for Coach Eddie Pellagrini's 
boys were the excellent relief pitching of Gerry 
Greely and Artie Graham's long home run in the 
sixth inning. 

The power-house of the South, Duke University, 
faced the Eagles in the "play for stay" quarter- 
finals. The Golden Boy, Billy Robinson, with an 



'Beaver" Martin is out at first on a sacrifice bunt. 





overall record of 19 wins and 2 defeats in his 
three years at B.C., was Coach Pellagrin i's mound 
choice. 

The Eagles had one hit until the sixth; then Pel- 
lagrini lit the fuse. 

After Johnny Coyle walked, Bill Nagle singled 
to right sending Coyle to third. Bill Cunis knocked 
in Coyle and took second on the throw to get 
Nagle at third. Captain Martin then lined an- 
other clutch hit to right clearing the bases and 
tieing the game. 

B.C. had to wait until the ninth to win it. With 
Chevalier on third, Bob Ciero ended the game 
wth a nifty shot to right field, final score B.C. 4 - 
Duke 3. 

The semi-finals of this College World Series 
again brought the Eagles against the high riding 
Trojans from Southern California. This time Bob 
Niemiec baffled the cocky Trojans with a brilliant 
display of knuckleballs, curves, and sliders. The 
fired up Eagles took a commanding three run lead 
in the top of the seventh. Tom Satriano hit a drib- 
bler out in front of the plate which Niemiec 
charged and fielded. The play was costly; the de- 
termined right hander had injured his back and 
was forced to leave the game. Some 8,000 fans 
gave him a standing ovation as he walked from 
the mound. Charlie Bunker replaced Niemiec but 
the Eagles were never the same. The Trojans wait- 
ed until the eighth to tie the game as Robinson 
replaced Bunker. The game went into extra innings 
and B.C. threatened in the tenth as Southern Cal- 
ifornia's Ersephe fielded Martin's double to right 
and fired a perfect strike to nip Billy Cunis at the 
plate. The Trojans wrapped it up in the bottom of 
the tenth on three consecutive hits, final score So. 
Cal.4- B.C. 3. 



The new Commander Shea Memorial Field. 




Tapper" Coyle connects for a long double to right field. 




209 



Athlete 




Joe Sikorski , captain of the 1961 Boston 
College football team, was a steady per- 
former during his three years as an end at 
the Heights. The 6 ft. 2 in., 200-pound 
Bridgeport, Ct. resident proved to be an 
excellent leader both on the field and in the 
School of Education, where he majored in 
mathematics. An All-State end and bas- 
ketball star at Fairfield Prep, Sikorski at- 
tended Georgetown for a year but trans- 
ferred to B.C. when the former school 
abandoned its football program. Joe will 
spend time in the Service upon graduation 
and then plans to teach Math and coach 
football at the high school level. 

Boston College produced the whole man 
when it produced Joe Sikorski. 



Student 




210 




Front Row: Paul Comeau, Dom Antonellis, Harry Crump, Vin 
DeFlumeri, John Buckley, George Van Cott, Captain Joe Sikor- 
ski, Head Coach Ernie Hefferle, Lou Kirouac, Dan Sullivan, Bill 
Byrne, Don Gautreau, Karl Krikorian, and Gene Carrington. 
Second Row: Ass't Coach Gene Gibson, Lou Cioci, Bill Flana- 
gan, Dave Yelle, John McGann, John Janas, Joe Hutchinson, 
John Sullivan, Art Graham, John Flanagan, John McGourthy, 
Carl Fleigner, Joe DeGuglielmo, Mike Tomeo, and Ass't Coach 
Cliff Poirier. Third Row: Ass't Coach Emerson Dickie, Bart 
Connelly, Jim McKee, John West, Harry Downes, Phil Galla- 
gher, Earl Dean, John Barrett, Dave O'Brien, Tom Hall, Jerry 



Donovan, Bob Smith, Bill McKenney, Ralph Bello, and Ass't 
Coach Art Spinney. Fourth Row: Equipment Manager Frank 
O'Keefe, John F. Flanagan, Joe Fustanio, Walt Dubzinski, Wal- 
ter Beck, Joe Lukis, Vin Yauckoes, Larry Hines, Gerry Gillis, 
Ken Kiriacopolous, Jeff Hanley, Tom Tobin, John Fleming, Bill 
Fitzpatrick, Jack Shields, and Trainer Frank Jones. Fifth Row: 
Manager Charlie Ganem, Pete Shaughnessey, Jim Lyons, Frank 
Fitzgibbons, Gerry Jakubczak, Jim Dowd, Guy Caron, Tom 
Apprille, Phil Carlino, Murray Regan, John Antosca, and Ass't 
Coach Frank Furey. 



Rear: Gene Gibson, Backfield; Ernie Hefferle, Head Coach; Art Spinney, Line. 
Front: Cliff Poirier, Scout; Emerson Dickie, Freshmen; Frank Furey, End. 



.c. 


23 


Cincinnati 





c. 





Northwestern 


45 


.c. 





Houston 


21 


.c. 


3 


Detroit 


20 


.c. 


22 


Villanova 


6 


.c. 


14 


Iowa State 


10 


.c. 


6 


Texas Tech 


14 


.c. 


10 


Boston Univ. 


7 


.c. 


13 


Syracuse 


28 


.c. 


26 


Holy Cross 


38 




211 







Mike Tomeo finds himself trapped back on the 

Eagle fifteen yard line. 



BOSTON COLLEGE 



CINCINNATI 



23 







The elusive running of Harry Crump electrified the 
fans all during the Cincinnati game. 



Tomeo leaps in the end zone to embrace a perfect 
Van Cott touchdown aerial. 





Prospects for a good year on the gridiron be- 
came excitingly high as the ground gaining of 
fullback Harry Crump and the pinpoint passing 
of quarterback George Van Cott spurred Boston 
College to a 23 to maiming of Cincinnati in 
the Eagles' opening game this year. 

Van Cott, the spunky little senior from Brooklyn, 
pitched 27 yards to Mike Tomeo for a second 
quarter touchdown and set up Lou Kirouac's 25 
yard field goal with a 21 yard pass play to Art 
Graham at the Cincinnati nine yard line just be- 
fore the intermission. 

Crump, the 205 pound battering ram from 
Westboro, Mass., twisted 29 yards for a third 
quarter score after accounting for 53 yards of 
the 78 yard touchdown drive. Kirouac kicked the 
extra point as he did after Tomeo's score. 

A final quarter Van Cott touchdown pass con- 
cluded the scoring as the B.C. line, led by seniors 
John Buckley, Dan Sullivan, Bill Byrne, and Don 
Gautreau, ripped the Bearcat line to shreds 
during the final half. 



212 



Northwestern quarterback Mac- 
kell gains twenty yards on a 

rollout. 




BOSTON COLLEGE 







NORTHWESTERN . . 45 



Bill Swingle personally quelled Boston College's 
first venture into the Big Ten grid area when he 
scored three quick touchdowns to lead North- 
western, rated in the pit of the Big Ten in pre- 
season forecasts, to a 45 to shellacking of the 
Eagles in rain-drenched Dyche Stadium. 

Chuck Logan's snaring of an errant Van Cott 
pitch at the B.C. 12 set up Swingle's first touch- 
down, a three yard plunge. After Bill McKenney 
stirred the B.C. adherents with a fourth-down 
punt that rolled dead on the Northwestern five 
yard line, Swingle, a Michigan sophomore playing 
his first varsity game, jumped over his own left 
tackle and outraced the B.C. secondary to the 
end zone, 95 yards away. Swingle's last touch- 



down, a one yard plunge at the outset of the 
second quarter, put B.C. three touchdowns be- 
hind. 

Save for some fine play by B.C.'s sophomore 
quarterback Phil Carlino during the final quarter, 
and the line play of Dan Sullivan, the game billed 
as a tight defensive skirmish with B. C.'s ponder- 
ous line expected to be impenetrable, was a great 
disappointment for all Eagle rooters. Sullivan, 
playing against 250 pound All-American tackle 
Fate Echols, played his usual fine game which 
was not to be overlooked by the Baltimore Colts 
of the National Football League. He was drafted 
third by the Colts and eventually signed with a 
substantial bonus. 



John Barrett (22) is about to stop Eickhoff of Northwestern 
after a ten yard advance. 



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Mike Tomeo makes a diving catch on the 
Houston twenty-five yard line. 



BOSTON COLLEGE 







UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON 



. 21 



An alert University of Houston football team 
managed to successfully convert two Boston Col- 
lege mishaps into touchdowns and went on to 
inflict the second straight shutout on the Eagles, 
21-0, before a small turnout "at Rice Stadium. 

Houston recovered a fumble at the B.C. 13 
midway through the first quarter. A nine yard, 
fourth down pass from Billy Roland to Clem 
Beard, and the first of Eddie Mitchamore's three 
placements put B.C. down by seven points. 

Ken Bolin, a 160 pound halfback who can "fly", 
thwarted B.C. early in the second quarter when 
he sliced over his own right guard and raced 80 
yards for a touchdown. Art Graham, playing on 
the opposite side, almost caught Bolin at the five 
with a desperation dive. 

Bolin set up the final Cougar touchdown with 
an interception at the B.C. 26 which he returned 
to the three yard stripe. On the second play of 
the final quarter, reserve quarterback Don Ses- 
sions, jumped over on a keeper from the two for 
the concluding touchdown. 



Tomeo eludes a would be tackier for a gain of six yards. 




214 



An unidentified B.C. tackier makes short 
work of an end sweep. 




BOSTON COLLEGE . . 



UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT . 20 



Boston College failed to score a touchdown for the 
third successive week, but Detroit managed to score 
three times and hand the Eagles a 20 to 3 "licking" at 
Titan Stadium. 

Jerry Gross, the Detroit quarterback who rates 
highly in N.C.A.A. offensive statistics, combined with 
tall ends Larry Vargo and Steve Stonebreaker for 
touchdown passes, while a seventeen yard pitch by 
Gross to Jim Shorter set up the concluding score from 
the three yard line. Gross also place kicked the con- 
version after the first two tallies. 

The B.C. offense sputtered until the final minutes 



of the first half when the Eagles advanced the ball 
60 yards to the Detroit 25 before time ran out. 

Starting the final half with a rush, B.C. moved 
downfield on the fine running and passing of George 
Van Cott and the standout line play of senior guard 
Karl Krikorian. With the ball on the Titan 12 and a 
first down play coming up, B.C. went off-side and was 
penalized back to the 17. Unable to recoup its drive, 
B.C. settled for a 19 yard field goal by Lou Kirouac 
which just skimmed through the uprights. Had B.C. 
been able to score a touchdown at the time it might 
have been a different ball game. 



The alert B.C. forward wall converges 1* "" 
to halt an attempted plunge. 




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215 




The star of the day, George Van Cott, is carried 
off the field on the shoulders of jubilant students. 



BOSTON COLLEGE . . II 



VILLANOVA 



George Van Cott played the finest game of 
his Boston College varsity career as B.C. upset 
previously undefeated Villancva 22 to 6. 

Operating both as a halfback and a quarter- 
back, diminutive Van Cott passed for one touch- 
down, set up another, intercepted a pair of pass- 
es, and followed Billy Byrne's wide-path blocking 
in the fourth quarter to ice the verdict. 

Unbeaten Villanova was a one touchdown 
favorite but trailed from the outset after John E. 
Sullivan, replacing the injured Harry Crump, 
crunched eight yards for a touchdown after Cap- 
tain Joe Sikorski had recovered a Villanova fum- 
ble on the Wildcat 32. 

Van Cott and Art Graham combined on a 
beautiful 40 yard pass play which produced the 
second B.C. touchdown early in the third quarter. 

Villanova, which had scored just before the 
Graham touchdown, was jolted in its comeback 
attempt when sophomore Murray Regan inter- 
cepted a Richie Richman pass in the fourth quart- 
er to set up B.C.'s final tally. 

Lou Kirouac's 36 yard field goal put the frost- 
ing on the victory. 



Richie Richman, of Villanova, is smothered on an attempted pass. 




216 




Returning to the line-up after a two game 
absence, fullback Harry Crump powered two 
fourth quarter touchdown drives that enabled 
Boston College to overcome a 10 point deficit 
and upset Iowa State, 1 4 to 10. 

A 41 yard field goal by Larry Schreiber and a 
35 yard scoring play from Dave Hoppman to 
Dick Limerick gave the single-winged Cyclones a 
10 point margin entering the final quarter. Hopp- 
man, the nation's top offensive performer, picked 
up better than 200 yards in this game with his 
fine running and accurate passing. But Crump, 
by far the game's outstanding performer, spurred 
the B.C. comeback with thrusts through the fast 
Iowa State line while George Van Cott picked 
up good yardage on end sweeps. Van Cott con- 
cluded an 80 yard, 13 play drive with B.C.'s first 
touchdown on a four yard squirm over guard. 
Lou Kirouac converted for the point. 



Capt. Joe Sikorski just misses snaring 
a Van Cott aerial. 



BOSTON COLLEGE 
IOWA STATE . . 



14 



10 




Crump's great effort carries him over for the winning touch- 
down after nearly being trapped on the five yard line. 




Fullback Harry Crump powers his way around 
right end for 10 yards. 



On the ensuing kick-off, which skimmed down 
the far sidelines, Crump fell on the loose ball at 
the Cyclone 28 yard line and the sweet taste of 
victory was in the offing. The "Thump" scored the 
winning touchdown on a beautiful individual 
effort from the five after he apparently was 
trapped well behind scrimmage. Kirouac again 
converted. This game was B.C.'s best win of the 
year. Ends Lou Kirouac and Joe Sikorski repeat- 
edly turned in the power thrusts of the Cyclones 
running attack, forcing Hoppman to go to the air 
only to be thwarted in the secondary by Van 
Cott. 

It took two great defensive plays by Van Cott 
to cement the victory. On both occasions the 
spunky senior deflected Iowa State passes as 
they were about to be caught. 



217 




Jacubczak (3 I) gains five yards around the Tech left end. 



BOSTON COLLEGE . . 



TEXAS TECH ... 14 



Boston College almost pulled out another 
game from the loss column with a late fourth 
quarter rally but Texas Tech stopped the Eagles, 
I 4 to 6 at Jones Stadium. 

Trailing by two touchdowns after Dave Rankin 
and fullback Coolidge Hunt had scored on three 
yard and one yard plunges, B.C. couldn't get 
untracked until the game's waning moments. 

With sophomore Jack Concannon at the throt- 
tle, B.C. went 97 yards in six plays to score with 
less than three minutes to play. The big plays 



were Concannon's 17 yard run up the middle, a 
43 yard pass from Concannon to speedster John 
Barrett, a 20 yard pitch to Lou Kirouac, and 
John E. Sullivan's six yard dash over the center. 

Kirouac tried an on-side kick after the touch- 
down. B.C.'s hopes ran high when tackle Jerry 
Donovan recovered the ball at midfield with time 
running out. Concannon threw long to Kirouac 
at the 24 but the ball slipped through Lou's 
hands and was picked off by Rankin at the 20. 
The Red Raiders had time for two plays at the 
line before the game ended. 



Quarterback George Van Cott (left- foreground) slips to the turf on an option play around right end. 





Orange Quarterback Dave Sarette gets off a long pas 
despite the hard rush put on by Capt. Sikorski. 

BOSTON COLLEGE . . 13 



All-American Ernie Davis and fullback Gary 
Fallon scored two last minute touchdowns on 
pass interceptions as bowl bound Syracuse de- 
feated Boston College 28-1 3. 

Davis, who scored twice and bettered Jimmy 
Brown's school total offense record, settled the 
tense, regionally televised struggle when he 
grabbed a B.C. pass with one minute left and 
sprinted sixty-three yards down the sideline. 

On the first play after the succeeding kickoff, 
Fallon pilfered another desperation toss and 
romped twenty-five yards. 

Until then, the inspired Eagles, two touchdown 
underdogs, threatened to pull out one of the 
biggest upsets of the season. 

B.C. electrified the crowd on a seventy-nine 
yard touchdown run by sophomore reserve quart- 
erback, Jack Concannon, in the opening period. 
Concannon, just out of the infirmary from a week 




All-American Ernie Davis is about to be embraced by 270 
lb. Dom Antonellis (70). 



SYRACUSE 



28 






long flu, went on an option rollout to his left, 
found no receivers open, cut behind two blocks, 
lumbered, labored, and finally dived, exhausted, 
into the end zone. 

After the Eagles made a lightning sixty-five 
yard thrust capped by George Van Cott's eight- 
een yard payoff pass to Art Graham, B.C. stood 
one point behind, 14 to 13, with two minutes to 
go. The Eagles gambled for the two points, and 
it was Davis' defending against Graham and an- 
other Orange star, end John MacKay rushing the 
passer, who foiled the bid. 

Bill Byrne, the 235 pound senior guard, played 
his most outstanding game of the season. Big 
"Burl" was a thorn in Davis' side whenever he 
tried to penetrate the middle of the B.C. line. 
Bill was rewarded by being drafted by the Phila- 
delphia Eagles of the N.F.L. and eventually 
signed a contract with them. 




Harry "The Horse" Crump 
weaves his way through the 
Orange line for six yards. 



219 




A 23 yard field goal by Lou Kirouac at the 
five minute mark of the final quarter proved the 
difference as Boston College edged Boston Uni- 
versity, 10 to 7, at B.U. field. 

Kirouac, who had failed on a previous field 
goal attempt, sent the ball cleanly through the 
uprights at 5:49 of the final period to give B.C. 
the win in the 31st renewal of the cross-town 
rivalry. 

The Eagles scored shortly after the opening 
kickoff when Harry Crump, who won the Harry 
Agganis Memorial Award as the game's out- 
standing performer for the second successive 
season, took a Jack Concannon hand-off and 
dashed 34 yards for a touchdown behind the de- 
vasting blocking of Don Gautreau and Jack 
Buckley. Kirouac converted. 

B.U. evened the score when Jackie Farland 
found his brother Dick on the far sidelines with 
a long pass that resulted in a 63 yard scoring 
play. 

Crump, intercepting two passes, Lou Cioci, 
who blocked a B.U. field goal attempt from the 
12, and captain Joe Sikorski, whose last second 
interception inside the B.C. ten thwarted a late 
B.U. rally, provided the highlights as B.C. evened 
its record at 4 and 4. 



Harry Crump catches up to a high flying Terrier 
on the B.C. 30 yard line. 




BOSTON COLLEGE 



10 



Harry Agganis Memorial Award winner, 
Harry Crump, is tripped up short of the 
goal line as Capt. Sikorski yells encour- 
agement. 




220 



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Eagle punter Bill McKenney kicks to the B. U. twenty yard line. 



BOSTON UNIVERSITY . 




Defensive expert Guy Garon nabs himself a 
Terrier on the line of scrimmage. 



221 




Jack Concannon gets set to heave a sideline pass with good protection from the 
Eagle forward wall. 



BOSTON COLLEGE . . 26 



HOLY CROSS ... 38 




'^>jjP^ Mike Tomeo pivots around left end for 

i ,.-. five yards. 



222 



O'Melia Award Winner, Al Snyder, 
nets thirty yards on this third quar- 
ter punt return. 




Pat McCarthy picked up a new sidekick when 
perennial rival Holy Cross slammed Boston Col- 
lege, 38 to 26, before a capacity house at Fitton 
Field. Last year it was McCarthy, the brilliant 
junior who runs and passes with equal ability, 
and Tom Hennessey who wrecked the Eagles. 
This year, with Hennessey below par physically, 
McCarthy called on Junior speedster Al Snyder 
to rescue the Crusaders, and that's just what he 
did. 

Snyder scored the first Holy Cross touchdown 
when he returned a punt 42 yards into the end 



zone. Winner of the O'Melia Award as the 
game's outstanding player, Snyder constantly 
returned punts for long yardage and picked off 
McCarthy passes to set up most of the Crusader 
touchdowns. 

The B.C. backfield was stymied by Holy Cross 
defenders who repeatedly broke through the B.C. 
line. 

Holy Cross led 24 to 0, and later 38 to I 2, be- 
fore Phil Carlino engineered two fourth-quarter 
B.C. scoring drives which netted Harry Crump 
touchdowns and helped save face. 




Tom Hennessey is thrown for a loss 
under a horde of alert Eagles. 



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his excellent defensive ability, Billy usually 
drew the opposition's high scorer on defense. 
A senior in the School of Education, Billy 
spent his first semester this year as a student 
teacher at Wayland and Watertown High 
Schools. He expects to go on to a career in 
teaching and coaching. With his ability and 
leadership qualities, Captain Billy Foley 
should do well in both endeavors. 



Billy Foley, Captain of the '6 1 -'62 B.C. 
basketball team, is a graduate of St. John's 
Prep in Worcester. While in his senior year 
there, he captained both the basketball 
and baseball teams. As well as being All- 
Western Mass. in basketball, he was also 
chosen to both the All-City basketball and 
baseball teams in Worcester. "Foles" turned 
down numerous scholarship offers from other 
colleges in order to come to B.C. Noted for 



Basketball 




224 




First Row: Charlie Carr, Bill Donovan, Captain Bill Foley, Chuck Chevalier, Art Gra- 
ham. Standing: Coach Don Martin, Manager Bob Zsalman, George Fitzsimmons, 
John Concannon, Frank Richichi, Gerry Ward, Dave Reynolds, Jim hHooley, Terry 
Power, Jack McGee. 



Won 15 



Lost 7 



B.C. 


84 


Brown 


65 


B.C. 


71 


Northeastern 


63 


B.C. 


73 


Providence 


77 


B.C. 


82 


Holy Cross 


77 


B.C. 


71 


Connecticut 


78 


B.C. 


68 


Providence 


70 


B.C. 


109 


Yale 


96 


B.C. 


84 


Georgetown 


77 


B.C. 


98 


Fairfield 


77 


B.C. 


119 


Brandeis 


63 


B.C. 


104 


Maine 


92 


B.C. 


69 


Fordham 


65 


B.C. 


88 


Navy 


79 


B.C. 


86 


Tufts 


60 


B.C. 


77 


B.U. 


70 


B.C. 


90 


Seton Hall 


86 


B.C. 


83 


Army 


89 


B.C. 


75 


Holy Cross 


86 


B.C. 


108 


Pittsburgh 


94 


B.C. 


72 


Syracuse 


73 


B.C. 


80 


Canisius 


108 


B.C. 


76 


B.U. 


63 



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The Eagles opened the season with a re- 
sounding 84-65 win over hapless Brown. All- 
New England selection, Jim Hooley, led 
the crushing B.C. attack by scoring 25 
points. He was followed by Bill "Mad Dog" 
Donovan with 20, Chuck Chevalier, another 
All-New Englander, scored 20, and Jerry 
"Beaver" Ward chipped in with I I points. 
In addition Ward pulled in 17 rebounds and 
starred defensively in holding Cingiser to 
I 5 points. 

Providence College visited Roberts Cen- 
ter and squeaked by the Eagles 77-73. It 
was a heartbreaker for B.C. since they were 
the better team on the floor. Their ball con- 
trol and hustle completely outshone the 



Jerry Ward wins the opening tap against Fairfield. 



Everybody in for the rebounc 



Donovan strikes again! 




Friars. Hooley's 25 points and Ward's 14 
rebounds against 6' 10" Hadnot and 6' I I " 
Thompson were the bright points in the af- 
fair. The Eaglemen used the "chinese de- 
fense" effectively enough to bring the score 
to 59-58 with 5'/ / 2 minutes left. However, 
Providence's Ernst scored 9 straight to 
snatch the game from the Eagles' nest. 



226 



Please let it go in. 



Let down by the loss to Providence, the 
Eagles failed to regain composure and fell 
to the Huskies from the University of Con- 
necticut 78-71. Jim Hooley kept B.C. in the 
game with a top score of 28 points. Jerry 
Ward was outstanding off the boards and 
Charlie Carr showed great hustle, but the 
Eagles were too late to catch the hot Hus- 
kies. 

Two Jesuit rivals met at Roberts Cen- 
ter with B.C. prevailing over Fairfield U. 98- 
77. Four Eagles hit double figures, Hooley 
captured I 8, Power I 6, Ward I 5, and Capt. 
Bill Foley 10. Ward proved himself one of 



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the top defensive players in New England 
by stopping Fairfield's Griffith. Sophomore 
Bob Madigan played an excellent game and 
may be B.C.'s future answer to the "big 
man". 



an Eagle from Boston College. 



Foley pops in a one hander. 




227 




N.I.T. bound Navy was B.C.'s next victim 
88-79. Again it was the double figures 
quartet who led the way. Big Jim Hooley 
went wild and hit the nets for 30, Jerry 
Ward proved himserf equally proficient on 
offense sinking 23. Chuck Chevalier and 
Jerry Ward had 12 and 10 respectively. 
Again soph Bob Madigan played an out- 
standing game under the boards. 

The military was avenged when Army up- 
set B.C. 89-83 in a thrilling overtime game. 
Hooley was the big gun with 29 and Jerry 
Power was superb with 2 I . The Cadets, how- 
ever, dominated the boards in the overtime 
period and pulled away from the tiring 
Eagles. 



Are you sure Atlas started like this?" 




Basket by . . . Hooley! 



The Eagles regained their confidence and 
topped Pittsburgh 108-94. It was a hot 
shooting night for both teams, but the 
"smoky city" quintet could not quite equal 
the blistering pace set by the B.C. netmind- 
ers. This game saw Gerry Ward break the 
school rebound record by stealing 22 off the 
boards. Hooley led .all scorers with 27, and 
Bill Donovan chucked in 26 with his pat- 
ented two hand jumper, 16 coming in the 
first half on 8 field goals. Ward also shone 
offensively in scoring 19, while dazzling 
Chuck Chevalier hit for 2 I . 



You will notice the ballistic orbit traced by 
the spheroid as it . . . 




228 




Believe it or not Capt. Foley scored on this one. 



Northeastern, winner of the small college 
regional title fell victim to the Martinmen 
71-63. Donovan gave the Eagles a wide 
edge in the first half scoring 16 of his total 
of 18. Hooley shone with 22 and again it 
was "Beaver" Ward who dominated the 
boards. 

First in New England! The Eagles were 
riding high after demolishing the Holy Cross 



Scoring ace Jim Hooley up for two more. 



Capt. Bill Foley hooks one. 




"applesauce" from Worcester 82-77. Ward 
shattered his own rebound record by grab- 
bing an amazing 23. Jack "the Shot" Foley 
hit for 34, but no one else was able to break 
through the alert Eagle defense. It was 
Chevalier's turn to shine as he swished the 
two winning baskets and played a great all- 
around game. The Eagle ace, Hooley, tore 
the nets for 23 and was a steady performer 
throughout. 



229 




ardon me, 



boys" 



The return match with the Friars from 
Providence was no better than the first. 
B.C. came out on the short end of a 70-68 
score. The rebound department iced the 
game for the Friars with Hadnot and Thomp- 
son collaborating for 44 points, mostly on 
tap-ins. In his first varsity game Dave Reyn- 
olds scored on three straight one handers 
from the corner which left the crowd yelling 
for more. The Eagles were down by 9 points 
three times but came back to tie with min- 
utes left. With four seconds remaining, a 
B.C. shot rolled in and out and the Eagles 



Hm, hm, look at that defense! 



Jerry Ward pirouettes for two in the big game 
against the Cross. 



returned to their nest with sad hearts. The 
Martinmen, however, proved to be a team 
equal to the best of them. 

The school and individual scoring records 
fell when B.C. met and crushed Brandeis 
I 19-63. Big Jim Hooley broke loose against 
a weak Brandeis defense for 46 points to 
surpass 7' I" Morganhalter's record set in 
1948. 

230 





A bid to the famed N.I.T. was at stake 
when Boston College met Holy Cross for the 
second time. A capacity crowd at Roberts 
Center was on hand to witness the defeat 
of the Eagle warriors 86-75. This time it was 
the combination of Gallagher, R. Foley, 
and Kelley that beat the Eagles although 
Jack Foley clicked for 34. Capt. Bill Foley 
was the only bright spot, playing his best 
game of the year. The game began with 
B.C. and H.C. trading four baskets. Slowly 
but surely the Crusaders pulled away and St. 
Patrick's weekend suddenly seemed empty. 
The Crusaders put on a great team effort 
which netted them the coveted N.I.T. bid. 



Hooley banks one off the boards as Bill Donovan 
watches. 



Aided by a neat block from Chevalier, Ward scores 
from the foul line. 



Hurry up Chuck, this ball is getting heavy. 




Bill Donovan hit the 1000 point career 
total as the Eagles finished the season by 
thrashing B.U. 76-63. Donovan joins Jim 
Hooley and two others to become the fourth 
man in Boston College history to accomplish 
that great feat. Hooley won out over Mc- 
Nulty for the greater Boston scoring title 
Congraulations Bill arid Jim on a great scor- 
ing career. 



231 




Coach Kelley can be credited with the 
discovery of this year's hockey captain, 
George Grant. The hard skating, aggressive 
forward was spotted by Kelley in his pre- 
season hockey tryout school. Grartt went on 
to become the first participant in the hoc- 
key school to skate for the Varsity "Eagles". 
This Roslindale product attended Boston 



Student 



Athlete 



Latin and lettered in football, hockey, and 
baseball. He refused full scholarships to both 
UMass. and Boston University to attend 
Boston College. Next summer George in- 
tends to enter the Naval Officer Candidate 
School at Newport, Rhode Island. Judging 
by his previous successes you may be sure 
that Captain Grant will win his bars. 

232 




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First Row: Ken Giles, Paul Aiken, Charlie Driscoll, George Grant, Captain; Charlie 
McCarthy, Bucky Warren, Jr.; Jack Leetch. Second Row: John "Snooks" Kelley, Coach; 
Frank Jones, Trainer; Eddie Sullivan, Dave Duffy, Tom Latshaw, Jack Callahan, Rod 
O'Connor, Bill Hogan, Paul Lufkin, Dick Henry, Tom Apprille, Frank O'Keefe, Equip- 
ment Manager; Dave Hunter, Senior Manager. 

HEAD COACH JOHN "SNOOKS" KELLEY 

FINAL STATISTICS 
Won 15 Lost 12 Tied I 



B.C. 


9 


Brown 


2 


B.C. 


4 


St. Lawrence 


5 O.T. 


B.C. 


4 


Providence 


3 


B.C. 


3 


R.P.I. 


4 


B.C. 


10 


Northeastern 


2 


B.C. 


1 


St. Lawrence 


8* 


B.C. 


2 


Boston University 


2 O.T.* 


B.C. 


3 


Laval 





B.C. 


5 


Queens 


3 


B.C. 


6 


Dartmouth 


3 


B.C. 





St. Lawrence 


4 


B.C. 


2 


Clarlcson 


1 


B.C. 


2 


Harvard 


3 


B.C. 


1 


Colby 

3S Tournament, N. Y. 


2 


* i 


:CAC Christmc 




** i 


Jeanpot Tournc 


iment 




... | 


:CAC Playoffs, 


N. Y. 





B.C. 


2 


Providence 







B.C. 


3 


Princeton 




2 


B.C. 


3 


Boston University 


2 


B.C. 


4 


Northeastern 




1 


B.C. 


1 


Harvard 




6** 


B.C. 


6 


Yale- 




3 


B.C. 


2 


Clarkson 




3 O.T, 


B.C. 


4 


Northeastern 




o** 


B.C. 


2 


Army 




5 


B.C. 


1 


Boston University 


4 


B.C. 


6 


Colby 




5 


B.C. 





R.P.I. 




4 


B.C. 


4 


Brown 




1 


B.C. 


4 


St. Lawrence 




o*** 



233 




Success is a relative concept. If it is de- 
fined as surpassing expectations, then the 
1961-62 edition of the Boston College hoc- 
key team can justly be called successful. 
This was generally acknowledged as a re- 
building year for John "Snooks" Kelley. Only 
four seniors were to wear the Maroon & 
Gold, and a liberal sprinkling of sophomores 
rounded out the junior-laden team. 

The icemen started the season in typical 
B.C. fashion, by bombing Brown. Jack 
Leetch picked up his first hat trick of the 
season as the Eagles' great first line — 
Leetch, Hogan, and Aiken — accounted for 
six goals in the 9-2 rout. 

The young Eagles met their first big test 



The Terriers are overpowered. 





Jnscoll clears 



Leetch and McCarthy rush. 





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the following Saturday as they hosted St. 
Lawrence in the home opener. After trailing 
the flashy Larries 4-2 for one period, the 
home forces fought back. Sparked by soph- 
omore John Marsh's two goals and the bril- 
liant goalkeeping of senior Charlie Driscoll, 
the Maroon evened up matters in the second 
period, and played the visitors from Canton 
to a scoreless tie in the third session. The 
overtime was marked by numerous oppor- 
tunities on both sides, but the Larries cashed 
in first as Rollie Anderson flipped in a back- 
hander at 8:42 to hand the Eagles defeat 
number one. Charlie Driscoll was great in 
defeat as he stopped forty-seven shots, his 
high for the year. 




The Eagles set their defense. 



Providence was next, and B.C. once again 
put on one of its patented finishes. Paul 
Aiken and John Marsh combined for two 
goals in the last seven minutes to edge the 
stubborn Friars, 4-3. 

A 4-3 loss to the Engineers of RPI, and a 
10-2 romp over Northeastern, brought the 
Kelleymen to the Holiday Tournament. 



The icemen approached the first annual 
ECAC Christmas Hockey Tournament at 
Madison Sq. Garden with a rather comfort- 
able record of 3-2. Their first opponent was 
old friend St. Lawrence. A revenge victory 




Good try — no goal. 




Ken Giles lights the lamp. 






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I 



\ 



was in the offing as Billy Hogan registered 
within the first twenty-five seconds, but from 
that point on it was all St. Lawrence. They 
outskated, outhustled, and outshot the list- 
less Eagles to waltz away with an 8-1 ver- 
dict. Insult was added to injury the following 
night as a very weak B.U. club deadlocked 
the Maroon, 2-2 in the consolation game. 



235 




But since "Snooks" Kelley has never been 
one to accept defeat, he reshuffled the team 
— placing Jack Leetch on defense, and mov- 
ing Rod O'Connor and Charlie McCarthy 
up to forward — and the results were highly 
impressive. 

The young Canadians from Laval Univer- 
sity were the first to test the new system, 
and they must have been highly impressed. 
Single goals by Marsh, Ken Giles, and Capt. 
George Grant were more than enough as 
Driscoll recorded his first shutout of the sea- 
son, 3-0. Queen's University, another squad 
from north of the border, didn't fare much 
better as the local skaters breezed to a 5-2 
victory. 

The holidays over, B.C. was once again 
playing the national schools. Dartmouth 
held the Eagles in check for two periods, but 
a brace of third period goals by Jack 
Leetch, Rod O'Connor, and Jack Callahan 
gave B.C. a 6-3 win, and boosted the sea- 
son's record to 6-3-1 . 



Good catch, Charlie. 




Driscoll gloves another. 



The following weekend brought with it the 
icemen's most important road trip of the 
season — a Friday night date with St. Law- 
rence, and a Saturday night encounter with 
undefeated Clarkson. Once again the Lar- 
ries proved an immovable object for Coach 
Kelley's forces. Rollie Anderson increased 
his popularity on the Heights with two goals 
and Richie Broadbelt turned in an excellent 
performance in the nets to hand the Eagles 
their first whitewash of the year, 4-0. 



The game the following night at Clarkson 
will be long remembered. The "Green Ma- 
chine" skated onto the ice with a 12-0 
record. It didn't look as if anyone would 
beat them all year, especially on their home 
ice. Captain George Grant proved his lead- 
ership in the opening minutes as he slapped 
in two consecutive goals by a stunned 
Wayne Gibbons. Barry Wagner got one 
back for the Knights late in the first period, 
but that was all for the night. Charlie Dris- 
coll was nothing short of sensational as he 
kicked out 36 Clarkson shots, holding the 
New Yorkers to their lowest total of the 
season. 

After the win which the experts termed 
near impossible, the Eagles suffered a psy- 
chological letdown. A 3-2 loss to Harvard 




O'Connor digs out the puck. 



The B.C. defense proves impenetrable. 



A Jawn hits the ice as Aiken hits the goal. 





was followed by an overtime 2-1 heart- 
breaker to unbeaten Colby. 

But it didn't take Kelley very long to snap 
the team out of their temporary slump. 
Driscoll came up with 33 saves to shut out 
the Providence Friars, 2-0, at the Rhode Is- 
land Arena. Princeton was a bit tougher than 
the Friars. It took third period goals by 
Paul Aiken and a revived Rod O'Connor to 
edge the Tigers, 3-2. 



237 




Who's got the puck? 





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CaHa+ian and Giles combine on a break away 



The Eagles chalked up B.U. for their third 
straight victim, 3-2. Charlie Driscoll made a 
three goal lead, highlighted by George 
Grant's two goals, stand up for B.C.'s tenth 
win of the year. Northeastern provided the 
locals with a fourth straight win, graciously 
bowing, 4-1. Billy Hogan slammed in two as 
the Eagles engaged in their final warmup 
before the all-important Beanpot opener 
with Harvard. 




Frustration for Brown. 






Unfortunately the Eagles lost Driscoll for 
the Harvard rematch as the Maiden senior 
pulled a thigh muscle. Tom Apprille started 
his first game in the nets, and turned in 
a creditable performance. However, the 
Jawns combined balanced scoring with the 
fine goal-tending of Bob Bland to hand B.C. 
a solid 6-1 defeat. 

Apprille was once again in the nets 
against Yale since Driscoll was still feeling 
below par. Bill Hogan made Apprille's sec- 
ond start a successful one as he turned in 
his first hat trick of the season. Apprille 
came up with 24 saves as the Eagles shat- 
tered Yale's eleven game win streak at In- 
gall's Rink. 



238 



But all was forgotten as B.C. once again 
encountered Clarkson, this time at McHugh 
Forum. The Knights had suffered only one 
defeat all season, and they wanted that 
one back badly. In addition Clarkson coach 
Lenny Ceglarski had never beaten "Snooks" 
on the Forum ice. After the first two periods, 
it looked like he never would. Billy Hogan 
put the Eagles one up at 10:20 of the first 
period with a magnificent 45-footer that 
goalie Gibbons never saw. George Grant, 
picking up where he left off at Potsdam, 
beat Gibbons at 19:31 of the second ses- 
sion. In the meantime Driscoll had been 
spectacular. It wasn't until 10:01 of the 
third period that the "Green Machine" fin- 




A great defensive play by Callahan. 



O'Connor readies to clear a Driscoll save. 



No, Paul, you can't kick it in. 




ally got rolling. Driscoll came up with a fine 
save on Corby Adams' shot from close in, 
but was down and out when Roger Purdie 
fired the rebound into the twines. Six and 
a half minutes later Hal Petterson evened 
the count. By this time the Eagles had run 
out of gas, and Clarkson's superior depth 
was beginning to show. After forcing the 
game into overtime, the Knights won it at 
6:20 as Brian Wilkinson tipped in Bert Har- 
well's backhander. Driscoll fi nished the game 
with 33 saves. 



239 




Giles leads the rush up the ice. 



After knocking off Northeastern 4-0 for 
the Beanpot consolation, the Heightsmen 
slumped badly. Army knocked off the Eagles 
at West Point, 5-2, and the Terriers from 
Commonwealth Ave. boxed B.C.'s ears, 4-1, 
as Glen Eberly made thirty-nine sensational 
saves. 

The Colby game was next, and B.C. had 
to win to stay in contention for an ECAC 
berth. It was a tall order, for the "White 
Mules" were still undefeated. The Eagles 
opened in a blaze of glory. Charlie McCar- 
thy matched Ron Ryan's goal and Bill Ho- 
gan added two more to send B.C. to a 3-1 
first period lead. The second period, how- 
ever, found the locals listless, and Colby 



I Aiken shot + I Grant rebound = I goal. 




Save number 32. 




stormed to a commanding 5-3 lead as El- 
wyn Duchrow scored a second period hat 
trick. But, "Snooks" Kelley must have had 
something to tell them at intermission be- 
cause it was a new club in the third session. 
The Eagles took the initiative right away 
as George Grant brought the home forces 
within one. Billy Hogan then proceeded to 
notch goals five and six, and B.C. skated off 
with the fastest paced hockey game the Mc- 
Hugh regulars have ever seen. Hogan's 
four goals established him as the finest cen- 
ter in New England, and helped cinch him 
a spot on the All-America team. 



240 



Hogan lets one fly. 






The West German national team traveled 
to the Garden for an exhibition with B.C., 
and the Eagles obliged by losing, 6-2. RPI 
paid their farewell call of the season at Mc- 
Hugh Forum, and walked away with a 4-0 
shutout over the exhausted local "six". Brown 
closed out the regular season by dropping 
a 5-1 verdict to the tournament-bound 
Eagles. 

By virtue of the Colby win, the Eagles had 
been named the sixth team in the East. In 
a way it was unfortunate. St. Lawrence was 
rated number three, and that meant B.C. 




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had to play their jinx team on its home ice. 
The Larries sprayed five goals past Driscoll 
in the second period, and went on to a 9-4 
romp. It was quite a disappointment. 

B.C.'s regular season record was 15-1 I -I; 
pretty good for a rebuilding year. The Kel- 
leymen beat both Clarkson and Colby, and 
no other team in the country can make that 
statement. They certainly weren't the best 
hockey team B.C. ever had, but they would- 
n't let themselves believe it. They were a 
credit to the school. And it was only a re- 
building year! 



241 





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William Gilligan 

Track Coach 



Coach Bill Gilligan was one of B.C.'s fin- 
est trackmen while an under-graduate. He 
was an outstanding weight-man and sprint- 
er. Bill was runner-up in the 1939 and 1940 
National Pentathlon while anchoring the 
second best mile relay team in the history 
of Boston College. Shortly after his gradu- 
ation, Bill served in the United States Army 
for three and one half years. The coach is 
married, has five children, and lives in West 
Roxbury. As to his outlook for the future, 
the coach feels that by working with a 
strong nucleus of runners and weightmen 
Boston College can again become a dom- 
inant figure in national track and field com- 
petition. 







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24; 




The Varsity trackmen broke even in their 
outdoor meets with a record of five and five. 
The season opened on a happy note as the 
Eagles triumphed over Brandeis by an eight- 
y-three to fifty score. The day's activities 
were highlighted by George Desnoyers' cap- 
ture of four first places, Jim McMahon's 
crispy 4:32.7 mile and Captain Wally 
Shields' first places in the high and low hur- 
dles as well as the pole vault. 



The race against John Thomas of B.U. 

While the first phase of the forty-million 
dollar expansion program was being com- 
pleted, the B.C. track team was forced to 
commute to Brandeis and M.I.T. Universities 
for their daily workouts. This situation was 
brought about because McElroy Commons 
had partly supplanted the old cinder track 
on the upper campus. However, prospects 
for the future are much brighter with the 
planning of a new track within the football 
stadium and a provisional, 300 yard cinder 
oval to be formed where the old track had 
existed. 




Desnoyers spots a pigeon. 





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'Who put those nails there!" 



243 




The following week, the Eagles squeeked 
out a triangular meet victory while scoring 
seventy-one points to Bowdoin's sixty-nine 
and Amherst's twenty-five. The Eagles' 
speed demon, Larry Flynn, walked away with 
an amazing 4:17.6 effort in the mile. Later 
in the meet, Jim Rinella won the 440 with a 
5 1 .2 second clocking and Doug Mac Quarrie 
roared down the stretch to earn second 
place in the two mile run. 

Maine's greater depth brought the win- 
ning streak to an end. However, Lou Kirouac 
won first place in the javelin with a throw of 
181' 9". Other B.C. "firsts" were George 
Desnoyers in the shotput with a Herculean 
heave of 47', Larry Rawson with a 4:24.4 



Good enough for a first. 



Larry Rawson leads the pack. 






mile, and Jim Duff with an 880 of 1 :56.4. 

In a triangular meet held at George 
White Stadium, B.C. finished second to Ho- 
ly Cross, but well ahead of Boston Univer- 
sity. Wally Shields and Larry Flynn again 
captured first place in their specialties, but 
the Eagles' efforts were not enough to over- 
come the Purple's seventy-four points. 

The schedule on the following week 
matched B.C. and H.C. head on in a grudge 



Howie Hecht, the spirit of ancient Greece. 



meet. Dizzy Desnoyers heaved the shot 46' 
6" to take first place while Rawson lowered 
his mile mark to 4:20.6. Wally Shields took 
second place in both the high and low hur- 
dles. However, it was not enough to beat the 
boys from Mt. St. James who scored sev- 
enty-seven points to the Eagles' fifty-eight. 
On May 13, the varsity trackmen finished 
a close third behind Tufts and Boston Uni- 
versity. Larry Flynn and Wally Shields again 
won their specialities, the 1 00 yard dash and 
the low hurdles respectively. 



Just one more lap. 



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In the New England Intercollegiate Meet, 
the Eagles finished in a surprisingly strong 
sixth place. Two school records fell as Lou 
Kirouac heaved the javelin 201' lO'/?" and 
Larry Flynn took second place in the 220 
with a twenty-one second clocking. George 
Desnoyers took second place in the hammer 
and discus while Rawson sped to victory in 
the mile with a time of 4: 1 5.6. 

All things considered, the season was a 
graphic reminder of the days when the Ea- 
gles were a track power and a preview of the 
days when B.C. will again be noted for its 
cinder glories. 







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Commodore James Lee, in graduating 
this year, leaves behind a sailing team re- 
vitalized largely through his own efforts over 
the past two years. This year, B.C. held two 
offices in the New England Intercollegiate 
Sailing Association, which is the organiza- 
tion that schedules and conducts all New 
England sailing regattas. Most important, 
in the meets themselves, the B.C. team has 
compiled a record which would place it 
among the top ten teams in the nation. The 
loss of three senior skippers was a handicap 
early in the Fall, but the team came back to 
recover the Mel Spence Trophy from Holy 
Cross and to place second in the Bishop 




Mike Hanna catches a stiff breeze on the Charles. 



Sailing Team 



Square knot, becket, bowline 




James Lee bends a line. 



Donaghy Bowl over Holy Cross and four oth- 
er schools. Victory finally came in the Raven 
Meet in New London where the Coast 
Guard Academy alone provided close com- 
petition. 

Jim Lee's graduation will be a great loss 
to the team, but some depth among the 
juniors together with good freshmen poten- 
tial gives promise of an improving future — 
even without those "lightweight crews for 
them maddening drifters!" 



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Stop moving that darn target! 




Rifle Team 



The Boston College Rifle Team has annu- 
ally bettered its average. The 1961-62 var- 
sity team, captained by Tom Wolek, im- 
proved its average by 30 points. 

The team belongs to both the Greater 
Boston Collegiate Rifle League and the New 
England Collegiate Rifle League. This year 
the Nimrods have a good chance of cap- 
turing the first place trophy in the Boston 
Tournament in April. 

The Rifle Team is composed of a Varsity 
Men's team, an ROTC team, a Varsity 
Women's team and a Freshmen team. 




The Varsity Nimrods. 



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Ski Team 



The Boston College Ski Team. 



1962, the year our B.C. Ski Team 
was given varsity sport recognition 
and financial backing. This year's 
team, composed of two Freshmen, 
four Sophomores and one Junior, par- 
ticipated in six collegiate meets. Led 
by Capt. Andy Dominick, team ef- 
forts netted its members an N.C.- 
A.A. bid, an innovation in ski team 
history. In the final analysis, the 1962 
team was one of the top ten teams 
in the East. 



Golf Team 



The 1962 Golf Team is looking forward to a very 
successful season with the return of last year's squad. 
Captain Larry Sanford, along with Jim Burke and 
Jerry Foley, has had three years of competition and 
has strong backing from teammates Walter Erwin, 
Dave Pickering, Bill Skehan, Charlie Carr, and Bill 
Johnson. 



After the "rebuilding year" of 1 96 1 , which saw the 
golf team participate in three tournaments: the 
ECAC medal play at Yale, the Miami Invitational at 
Coral Gables, Florida, and the Eastern Intercollegiate 
match play at Yale, the team appears to be headed 
for imminent success. 



The Boston College Golf Team. 



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The diffuse yet bonded memories of o 
college career are contained in one great 
panorama of events that represent for the 
graduate the legacy of his development. 
For he knows that whether they are stretched 
in the warm sun of the quadrangle or sit in 
the removed study nooks of the libraries, 
the students are setting the moods of the 
campus. 

These moods are as different and as vari- 
colored as the pebbles on a beach. The 
dazzle of rallies, floats, frat parties, and 
sports events is toned by the serious business 
of studies and exams. Specific academic 
areas are amplified by the great names of 
the various lecture series. The mottled ani- 
mation shown in the snack bar can at any 
moment burst into the channeled production 
of Class Skits or be refined into the greeting 
of foreign students. From the boisterous 
sounds of dorm life to the jubilation of Jun- 
ior Week, Senior Prom, and Commencement 
Week, the whirl of experience intensifies 
until it is finally completed in the continuing 
glow of religious reflection and moral truth. 




A very familiar figure fo those not owning a campus sticker. 



Life on a college campus is comprised of 
many contrasting moods and attitudes. 
Study is often seen combined with relaxation 
in the brief moments before classes begin. 



Some people love excitement. 



Dr. Pare and his "Psych. 



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Fr. Carew stops for a chat with Charlie Drisco 



The peace of Bapst 
auditorium offers time for 
self-reflection. 




A momentary lull 
between classes. 





The soundless solitude 

of one's own thoughts yields 



. . . only twenty days and seven hours until Gradu- 
ation. 



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now the other team gets six points. 



to the mighty voice of the 
football crowd, or to the quiet 
quips of the Cardinal. 



'I know all you guys want is a day off.' 





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The annual capping ceremony — the beginning of a noble profession 




' Religion! et Bonis Artibus 




"A funny thing happened to me on 
the way to class . . ." 





Let's twist again. 



'But I'm not the door prize. 



A university education must combine 
the social with the academic. 



This just goes to show that three and a half out of 
ten men smoke Luckies. 



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Spirits were high before the B.U. game. 



"Tomorrow we play the school down by the 
Cottage Farm Bridge." 




Margo and her keepers. 



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Crush the applesauce 




with an all time 

high of school spirit . . 



My name is Joan Buckley, I'm four years 
old . . . and I'm lost. 



mumble ... no more tickets . . . 
all sold out . . . and she's coming 
up from New York. 



The Cardinal just gave another 
holiday! 





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which carries over into 
the games themselves . . . 




The Cardinal has just given 
another holiday. 



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The School of Education Mother and 
Daughter Fashion Show. 




and your name, Father?" 




The Blessed Virgin watches over the en- 
trance of St. Mary's Hall. 




The Boston College Eagle stands as a 
sentinel over the campus. 



The unsurpassed beauty of the 
snow covered campus. 



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collegiate Gothic architecture. 



The seeming serenity of the campus 
belies the activity taking place within 
the Gothic walls of its buildings. 






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School of Education students prepare for a late 
afternoon exam. 



'If they'd only increase my allowance. 



This activity moves at a precipitous 
pace with the imminent arrival of ex- 
ams. A mood of seriousness descends 
upon the campus as the books crack 
open and the midnight oil burns. 




Trot — where would I look for a trot?" 



'And then you blew the whole 
ilace up, Sister?" 




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Alright, who did it?' 



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C. B. A. Sullivan Award Banquet guests: Kevin 
Leary, James Miller, Al Urbanowicz, Rev. W. Sea- 
vey Joyce, Sullivan Award winner, Robert Whitten, 
Donald Regan, William Coleman, and Vincent 
Harrington. 



But study is not in vain; various awards 
are presented for outstanding 
achievement, and . . . 



Winner Robert Whitten happily displays the award 
plaque to his overjoyed mother. 




The Placement Office bulletin board. 



'I demand to be hired by someone, anyone 




the word "interview" excites 
thoughts of future opportunities. 



Mr. George Donaldson, Director of Placement 
— kind, patient, hard working. 




"Are you sure all you want is twelve thousand 
to start." 




Rev. William Sullivan, S.J., Chairman of 
the Biology Department, has advanced the 
cause of science through his research in the 
area of cancer. Fr. Sullivan was a speaker 
this year at John Carroll University's Prom- 
inent Lecturer's Series On Evolution. 



The never ceasing work of the 
faculty continues in their devotion 
to university projects . . . 




P. Albert Duhamel, Philomatheia Profes- 
sor of Literature, is the Director of Special 
Programs at Boston College. Dr. Duhamel is 
most noted for his weekly program. "I've 
Been Reading", on Boston's educational 
television station, WGBH. 



Rev. Stanley Bezuszka, S.J., has received 
grants throughout the years for his great 
work in Mathematics. He has developed the 
famous DOPE machine, and is now invent- 
ing a computer which features a deductive 
process of solving mathematical problems. 



Rev. James Skehan, S.J., Chairman of the 
Geology Department, is noted for the Proj- 
ect Mohole, which is uncovering the secrets 
of the strata layers of the earth. One of Fr. 
Skehan's other interests is the tunnel being 
built by the MDC to supply the Greater 
Boston Area with more water. 




which instill in all 

a pride in Boston College. 



Rev. Daniel Linehan, S.J., Chairman of 
the Department of Geophysics, has been 
honored by the Navy for his civilian service 
as a scientist. He served this year as part of 
a UNESCO team that studied the effects of 
earthquakes in the Pacific and in South 
America. 



Rev. W. Seavey Joyce, S.J., Dean of the 
College of Business Administration, is Chair- 
man of the 1961-1962 Massachusetts Plan- 
ning Commission. Fr. Joyce is also host of 
the weekly television program, "Metropolis", 
which voices opinions on the problems of 
urban redevelopment. 





Mr. Weston Jenks, Foreign Student Ad- 
visor, gathers with a few guests. 



This pride extends to 
many parts of the globe 



Oh, this American food! ^y 





'For he's a jolly good fellc 



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Two African students review a future project. 



as the name of Boston College is spread 
by the lips of foreign students. 



Junior Year Abroad amid the 
monuments of Rome. Vin Arminio 
and John Amoroso. 




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Dormitory 



The life of a resident student, 
contrary to many opinions, 
is absolutely normal. 



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Rev. David Carroll, S.J. 

Director of Resident Students 



The beginning of a three day weekend. 





The Dormitory Council: President, 
Robert Minasian; Vice-President, Bob 
Rearden; Secretary, John Lenoci; 
Treasurer, Bob Laranga. 



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Life 



There are indeed few people who, 
upon awakening, have to dive 
through a wall of screaming humans 
to get to the wash basin. 



The "Shmoo" takes his usual weekly shave. 









Sorry, no reserved seats' 



It's been twelve days since she's written. 



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Who but a dorm student goes through 
the anguish of waiting an hour and a half 
before he can place a call 
to his one and only? 



. But darling, it wasn't my fault I was campused. 



You wouldn't believe how long these guys have been on the 
phone. 





"Do you know of a good restaurant near- 
by?" 



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However, dormitory life does have 
its advantages. Good friends gather 
for study purposes 
as well as relaxing conversation . . . 




A rare moment, dorm students thinking. 



Fr. Larkin subtly reprimands 
a noisy bull session. 




The night betore a Theology exam. 




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". . . I offer thee all my prayers, 
works, joys, and sufferings of this 
day . . ." 




. . . and the chapel is always nearby 
for those seeking spiritual comfort. 



"No, you can't take that keg 
into the dorms." 




The creatures and their Creator. 



"Alright boys, where did you hide my bed this time?" 




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The college student of today is quiet, 
studious, and well dressed. 



. . . And mom, at night everyone goes 
to sleep early, or quietly studies for an 
exam the next day. 





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the late hour, a calm descends upon 

the upper campus as the resident students 

prepare for a quiet night of repose. 



'Was it those Lasell girls again? 1 




Junior Week provided the high spot of 
Junior Year. The sounds of the Jazz Show 
had Roberts Center shaking on its founda- 
tion. 



"An Evening 
with Shearing" 





'For Bossstonnn . . .' 



'Are you sure this is Newport?' 



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"Good Evening 
Mr. Murrow." 





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"Pirate's Prank'' 



They're asking for I.D.'s.' 




But, the Informal Dance showed the 
'real you"! 



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'But Daddy, all the girls are wearing garters. 




'A little more to the left please' 




'Danged fleas! 




The hard work of our own friends threw 
a new light on them and the Junior Show. 
Such talent, such beauty, such . . . 



'How can anyone flunk an I.Q. test?' 



And then the farmer's daughter sa^ 



The future teachers of America. 










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nior Prom 




'Oh these early morning classes." 




Nothing that year compared to 
the enjoyment of the Prom, 



This is known as dancing B. T. . . . Before Twist 



Paul LeFort, Jack Towle, and Jim Wallwork meet with their dates 
to discuss the evening's activity. 










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Hello, Fr. McManus!" 



an evening spent with one's best girl, 
best friends, best music, and the ubi- 
quitous Jesuit order. 




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B.C. Night at the Pops, Arthur Fiedler conducting. 



The Boston 
Pops 



The relaxation of the Pops proved the 
perfect finale to a hectic week. 




The Pied Violinist of Boston College 



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Evening School students take one of their 
infrequent breaks. 



The Evening School students are 
the unsung heroes of the campus. 




Walter Ducharme entertains some of the children 
from Crough Patrick. 



Fr. Cummiskey and John Henesy discuss the Christ- 
mas Party. 



In spite of their busy lives, 
they still find time to maintain 
a balanced college career. 



'O.K., Eileen, you can sing bass." 




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The Phantom Senior strikes again! 



I wish he'd get off my foot. 





Senior 
Dance 




Smiles relate the tale of good times had 
at the Senior Dance. 




The Class of 1962 



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1962 

Sub Turri 

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Photos — Courtesy of John F. Mullen 




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To give formal recognition to Seniors of 
particular merit, the 1962 SUB TURRI has 
initiated a Distinguished Graduates section. 

The various activities on campus were 
asked to submit to the SUB TURRI the names 
of three outstanding Seniors affiliated with 
their organization. A list of over one hun- 
dred names was then compiled and sent to 
a selection committee composed of the un- 
dergraduate Deans. Using the criteria of 
character, scholastic achievement, and ser- 
vice to the University, the committee chose 
thirty students as Distinguished Graduates. 
Thus, the people on the subsequent pages 
have been scrutinized not only by their fel- 
low students but by their academic superiors 
as well. 

Those receiving more than one nomina- 
tion from the committee appear on the first 
three pages. 




Charles J. Hatem 

Charlie, a Scholar of the College, was born and 
reared in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He is mostly 
concerned with a future career in Medicine. In pur- 
suing his pre-medical studies at B.C., Charlie joined 
the Mendel Club and was elected its President. He 
is also President of Alpha Sigma Nu and writes for 
the Cosmos and Humanities. Charlie will attend 
Harvard Medical to make his desires a reality. 




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Mario A. DiBelardino 

Mario, a graduate of Xavier Military 
High School in New York, is a consistent 
Dean's List student. Mario has a habit of 
excelling in all of his various activities. He 
is a Lt. Col. in ROTC, a former President 
of the Business Club, a member of Alpha 
Kappa Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha 
Sigma Nu, and is President of the Toast- 
masters' Circle. Mario, who is Editor-in- 
Chief of the 1962 Sub Turri, plans to at- 
tend Law School in the fall. 



Paul J. McNamara 

Paul is a product of Jamaica Plain and B.C. High 
School. A Government major in the College of Arts 
and Sciences, Paul is preparing himself for Law 
School. He is a Dean's List student and a leader of 
the campus. Paul's life at B.C. has been one of 
dedication to the University. He is President of the 
Gold Key Society and a member of four other ser- 
vice organizations. He will indeed exemplify the 
principles and values taught him at Boston College. 







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Carol Dorey 

Carol, born in Vermont and schooled in Water- 
town, was a Mathematics major and Dean's List 
student at Wells College in New York. Carol vol- 
unteered in the school infirmary, town nursery and 
convalescent home, and as a nurse's aide in Peter 
Bent Brigham Hospital. Inspired by this experience 
she transferred to the B.C. School of Nursing. She 
was elected to the Campus Council and is President 
of her class and a member of the Siena Society. 
Carol will follow her calling to the lay apostolate 
after graduation. 




Robert P. Whitten 

Bob is the winner of the Sullivan Award given to the out- 
standing senior in the College of Business Administration. 
As President of the Campus Council, President of his Fresh- 
man Class and President of Delta Sigma Pi, Bobby served 
his fellow classmates and the University. Bob was also a mem- 
ber of the executive echelon of other service and govern- 
ment activities. He is Secretary of the Honors Program and 
can easily be tabbed a popular man on campus. 






Joan Mullahy 

Joan, thrilled on notification of her acceptance to the 
B.C. School of Nursing, eagerly awaited her first days on 
campus. With a high scholastic standing, she is a leader and 
member of the Student Council of the School of Nursing. 



James F. O'Connor 

Jim's outstanding record at B.C. exemplifies his 
spirit. He is President of Beta Gamma Sigma, 
Treasurer of the Gold Key Society, Chairman of 
the Honors Program and a member of ten other 
academic and extracurricular activities while main- 
taining a cumulative average of 89.4. There is no 
doubt that Jimmy will get his C.P.A. the first time 
around. 




Alexander Urbanowicz 

Al, a married student from Abbington, Massa- 
chusetts, is the central nerve of student government. 
Always a class officer, he is now President of the 
Senior Class of C.B.A. and President of the Student 
Senate. He is a member of Delta Sigma Pi, the In- 
vestment Club and Finance Club. He maintains a 
high academic average, and is an active speculator 
in the stock market. 



Joseph Sikorski 

A footbail player and Captain from high school days in 
Connecticut, Joe was also interested in scholarship. Joe's 
aggressiveness and pleasant personality are the chief in- 
gredients of his continued success. He is Captain of the 
Eagle Football squad and took his student teaching at 
Water-town High School. Joe hopes to teach Mathematics 
and coach football in a New England high school. 

John W. Warren, Jr. 

John was very athletic in high school and was on the var- 
sity football and hockey teams. A four year member of 
B.C.'s hockey team, John is also in the Honors Program and 
received the Superior Cadet Award from the Department 
of the Army for his outstanding work in ROTC. John stands 
eighth in his class in C.B.A. and expects to join his father in 
their sporting goods business. 





James Moran 

Jim, a member of the Honors Program, has a record of 
being honored as a leader in more than fifteen academic 
and extra-curricular activities. He is an Editor of the Stylus, 
President of Alpha and Omega and a member of Alpha 
Sigma Nu. The First Prize winner of the National College 
Creative Writing contest, Jim plans to receive his Ph.D. in 
Medieval English Literature, write a novel, and teach in a 
college. 




James McCourt 

A lifetime resident of Brighton, Jim received a 
parochial school education in his primary and sec- 
ondary schooling. Influenced by these former years, 
he chose B.C. He is President of his class in A&S 
and has been in student government for two years. 
Jim also belongs to Omicron Chi Epsilon, Ricci 
Mathematics Academy, and the Order of the Cross 
and Crown. 




Stephen McKenna 

Steve is President of Alpha Kappa Psi 
and Treasurer of Omicron Chi Epsilon. 
He is an Economics major, and intends 
to go to law school and establish'a prac- 
tice in New York. 



Donald Kiernan 

Ranking fourth in his class, "Que" re- 
ceived the Haskins and Sells Scholastic 
Award. President of the Accounting Acad- 
emy and Vice President of Delta Sigma Pi, 
his future in accounting is well forged. 







Mary Rita Flynn 

Mary, a winner of the Slanger Medal for 
excellence in Surgical Nursing is mainly 
known on the campus as President of, the 
Graduate Nurse Student-Faculty Organi- 
zation. 




Vincent McCarthy 

Vinny demonstrates his leadership ability as a 
member of the Honors Program and Knight Com- 
mander of the Order of the Cross and Crown. He 
is also active in all phases of student government 
and is a member of Alpha Sigma Nu. 





Beatrice Hanley 

Education senior class Treasurer and an Editor 
of the University newspaper since her sophomore 
year, Bea is a consistent Dean's List student. She is 
also a member of the Alpha and Omega Honor 
Society. 



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Peter Viall 

Pete, from Manhasset, New York, 
is President of the New York Club. He 
is also a respected leader and high 
ranking officer in Student Govern- 
ment, the R.O.T.C, and fraternity 
life. He is one of the best liked men 
on campus. 





Gerald McKenna 

Gerry is Sports Editor of the 
yearbook and is a member of the 
Honors Program of A&S. The R.- 
O.T.C. Captain received one of 
the highest grades of all B.C. 
students in the Law School Apti- 
tude Test. 



Anne Marie Curran 

Anne is probably most renowned for 
her position as Chairman of the Honor 
Board and Chairman of the Graduate 
Nurse Section. She has wide experience 
in hospitals and intends to use her 
Jesuit Philosophy. 





Joseph Roberts 

A constant Dean's List student, 
Joe was elected to two honor fra- 
ternities. Twice a former class Presi- 
dent, Joe plans to develop his 
leadership in the field of Business 
Management. 



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Kathleen Lorden 

Delegate to the model U.N. at 
Northeastern, Kathleen is famous -for 
her leadership as President of the Wo- 
men's Council. She is a Dean's List 
student and Vice-President of the World 
Relations League. 



Hugh D. Mahoney 

"Moe" was born and reared in South 
Boston. He was chosen as a Distinguished 
Military Student by the Department of 
the Army for his work in R.O.T.C. and 
plans to be commissioned in the Marine 
Corps. 





Susan Schwaner 

Susan's name always appears on the 
Dean's List publication. Her leader- 
ship is demonstrated in extra-curricu- 
lar activities, and she is truly a dedi- 
cated nurse. 





John J. Walsh 

John is a Marshal of the Order of 
Cross and Crown. He is a member of 
various honor activities and is a Phy- 
sics major. His main hobby is sailing 
and he is the Regatta Chairman of 
the Sailing Club. 



Gerald Turcotte 

Gerry is the Commander of the 
Championship Lewis Drill Team. 
A disciplinarian and Distinguished 
Military Student in R.O.T.C, he 
expects to be associated with the 
Cosmetics Industry after his tour 
of duty. 




Grace E. Nicholson 

Grace, from Geneva, New York, is 
Chairman of the Activities Commit- 
tee and a former class officer. She 
plans to marry shortly and practice 
nursing in Minnesota. 




Thomas A. Wolek 

Tom devoted much of his time 
to the Rifle Team as its Captain. 
He is a Dean's List student, active 
in Delta Sigma Pi and Student 
Government. A Finance major, he 
plans to enter the area of Bank 
Examination. 







Sandra Tantorslci 

Sandra spent the second semester of her senior 
year studying in Germany. Her high scholastic 
standing and outstanding leadership win her wide 
acclaim in the area of Education. 





Edward F. McCormack, spoke on the 
problems that face the office of the At- 
torney-General on the state level. As a 
prospective candidate for the seat vacated 
by President Kennedy in the United States 
Senate, the Massachusetts Attorney-Gen- 
eral was one of the leading political figures 
to speak on our campus in I 962. 



Robert Frost, America's poet laureate, 
who believes "a poem begins with a lump 
in the throat," captivated an audience 
gathered from all parts of New England 
with his readings this May in Roberts Cen- 
ter. 




Leon Volkov was born in Moscow and 
served as a Lt. Col. in the Russian Air Force. 
At present he is the Soviet Affairs Editor for 
Newsweek. 



T.S. Eliot, "the world's most distinguished 
living poet," returned to Boston College this 
past December as part of the Humanities 
Series. Mr. Eliot read his poems before an 
enthusiastic crowd of 4200 at Roberts Cen- 
ter. 





Rep. John W. McCormack, who holds an 
honorary degree from Boston College, re- 
turned here to introduce his life-long friend 
Lt. Gen. Trudeau. Since his last visit to the 
campus, the native son of Massachusetts 
has been elected Speaker of the House of 
Representatives. 



Katherine Anne Porter, well known for her 
short novels and stories, visited Boston Col- 
lege on March I. Her most recent volume 
"Ship of Fools" was the "Book of the 
Month" in April. 




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Milton Friedman, a well known Professor 
of Economics at the University of Chicago, 
spoke in conjunction with the Economic Lec- 
ture Series. His topic was "Money and the 
Business Cycle". 



Lt. Gen. Arthur G. Trudeau, the man who 
many claim to be responsible for our current 
missile program, visited Boston College this 
past year. His topic was "The Army's Re- 
search and Development Program". 





Archduke Otto von Hapsburg, the last 
member of the H.apsburg dynasty, thrilled 
a capacity crowd in Bapst Auditorium when 
he spoke on the forces of totalitarianism ver- 
sus the forces of freedom; freedoms which 
include the freedom to read, to travel, and 
to write. 



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John Mason Brown, often called "one of the 
best lecturers in the United States," discussed 
the present day world as reflected in plays, 
books, and films. 




Irving Stone, the author of The Agony 
and the Ecstasy spoke to a group of B.C. 
students on "a new kind of courage" that is 
needed in writing today. 





Cardinal Cushing dedicates McElroy Commons and 
another step forward is made. 



And at the heart 
of the University's life 
there beats the vivifying 
pulse of the Church . . . 



A mid-day reflection with Our Blessed Mother 



Student Mass in Bapst Auditoriur 




St. Joseph's Chapel in Gonzaga Hal 



giving life to the ideals 

of the complete Christian man. 




Cardinal Cushing at the annual Mass of the Holy 
Ghost 




A student pauses for prayer in St. Joseph's Oratory. 



Whether one utters 
his prayer in a chapel 
or between classes, . . . 




Some of the Sisters take a stroll toward McElroy Commons after classes 







Grotto of the Blessed Virgin. 



he is still quietly confident 
that it will be received. 



The tranquillity of Linden Lane provides 
the perfect setting for a late afternoon 
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of our lives is completed. As eager but vir- 
tually Insignificant Freshmen, we became a 
part of the University. We attended classes, 
made lasting friends, joined activities, and 
witnessed sporting events, hoping that this 
participation would make our presence felt. 
All too soon that year, was gone and we 
found ourselves Sophomores, the "wise 
fools", the spirit of the University — not yet 
men, and still, no longer boys. But with the 
coming of Junior year, a completely new 
outlook overtook us. Our carefree days were 
over and an air of seriousness pervaded all 
our actions. More and more our thoughts 
turned toward chosen careers, and to that 
time in the approaching future when we 
should begin in earnest the task for which we 
had been preparing. Then, as summer fades 
into fall, Junior year faded into Senior year. 
As stately Seniors, we realized we were not 
merely a part of the University, but that now 
the University had become a part of us. 
Our college careers fulfilled at last, we can 
look back and say, "It js_done." 



THE 
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ARTS AND 



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SCIENCES 



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Lawrence W. Abbott 

A.B. Economics 




John J. Amoroso 

A.B. Government 




William Andruchow, Jr. 

B.S. Chemistry 




Francis J. Accetta 

B.S. Geology 





Michael S. Annunziata 

B.S. Biology 



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Preston T. Arnold 

A.B. Modern Language 






Vincent V. Arminio 




A.B. Government 


Roland H. Arrington, Jr. 


Paul F. Atkinson 


A.B. English 


A.B. Modern Language 




314 




William L. Baiter 

A.B. Economics 




Shaun D. Bercury 

A.B. Economics 



David J. Blanchard 

B.S. Physics 





Norman J. Barry, Jr. 

A.B. Biology 






Stephen P. Barry 

A.B. History 



Richard J. Becherer 

B.S. Physics 






Ralph M. Bishop 

B.S. Biology 



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Robert E. Bertone 

B.S. Biology 



Kevin B. Blaney 

A.B. English 




315 




Paul E. Bowen 

A.B. Government 




Angelo G. Boncore 

B.S. Biology 




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John J. Breen 

B.S. Physics 






Richard E. Bond 

A.B. Economics 




James J. Bradley 

A.B. Biology 



Alvin S. Brown, I 

A.B. History 



Walter E. Brooks 

A.B. Economics 






Joseph L. Braga 

A.B. Government 



John E. Bruno 

A.B. Government 




316 





Daniel J. Buckley 

A.B. History 



Gordon S. Cackowslci 

A.B. Mathematics 





David J. Buckley 

A.B. Economics 




Stephen P. Burns, Jr. 

B.S. Biology 




Joseph A. Cacciola 

A.B. Government 








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Thomas E. Burkholder 

A.B. Economics 




Daniel H. Bythewood 

A.B. Sociology 




Lawrence D. Callanan 

B.S. Physics 




William F. Cahill, Jr. 

B.S. Chemistry 




317 




Robert T. Callahan 

A.B. History 



John M. Canniffe 

A.B. English 





Robert A. Cappello 

B.S. Biology 




Robert F. Capalbo 

A.B. Government 



Robert C. Canning 

A.B. History 






E. Robert Capozzi 

A.B. Economics 








Roger M. Carey 

A.B. Government 




Thomas J. Carey, Jr. 

A.B. Government 




Thomas P. Carr 

A.B. English 



318 




Charles J. Carroll 

A.B. Modern Languag 




John G. Celi 

B.S. Physics 



Thomas F. Cinella 

A.B. Mathematics 




Carmine Colletta 

A.B. History 




Allen C. Choate 

A.B. Government 





Richard X. Collins 

A.B. Economics 




319 




Robert F. Collins 

A.B. History 



Robert B. Comizzoli 

B.S. Physics 





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Richard S. Colucci 

B.S. Biology 



Paul M. Comeau 

A.B. English 



Charles F. Condon, Jr. 

A.B. Psychology 



Dennis M. Condon 

B.S. Geology 




Gilbert P. Connelly 

B.S. Biology 



320 




Francis X. Coyle 

A.B. Mathematics 





Joseph J. Craig, Jr. 

A.B. Economics 



William J. Creonte 

B.S. Natural Science 





321 




William E. Cronin 

A.B. Sociology 





John R. Curtin 

A.B. History 




L. Paul Daley 

A.B. Government 




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Joseph F. Cushing, Jr. 

B.S. Physics 






Lawrence A. Daly 

B.S. Natural Science 



Robert P. Del Priore 

A.B. Economics 



Robert A. Demers 

B.S. Chemistry 




322 




Timothy F. Dempsey, Jr. 

A.B. Economics 




D. Richard Dewar 

A.B. Sociology 

George M. Doherty 

B.S. Chemistry 



Robert A. De Prisco 

A.B. Mathematics 






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Peter E. Derry 

A.B. Government 




Paul R. Devin 

A.B. Classics 









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Michael J. Di Marino 

B.S. Physics 



John D. Di Giambattista 

A.B. Government 



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Richard W. Doherty 

A.B. Mathematics 






323 




John F. Donovan, Jr. 

A.B. Economics 






Gregory J. Doucette 

A.B. Economics 





Richard S. Doiron 

A.B. Psychology 





J. Garry Donovan 

A.B. Government 



William G. Downey 

A.B. Government 



John J. Donovan, Jr. 

A.B. Economics 



Robert E. Dragon 

B.S. Biology 



Jon A. Doukas 

A.B. English 




324 





David M. Fitzgerald 

A.B. History 



n 




Brian J. Fitzpatrick 

A.B. Economics 



Donald F. Fontaine 

A.B. English 




John H. Fournier 

A.B. Government 




John F. Fleming, Jr. 

A.B. English 



James E. Fitzpatrick, Jr. 

A.B. Economics 




Joseph P. Foley 

A.B. History 





Robert R. Freccero 

B.S. Chemistry 





Michael J. Freel 

A.B. Economics 



326 



William J. Gallagher 

A.B. English 





John J. Gallagher, Jr. 

B.S. Geology 





Kenneth W. Gnazzo 

A.B. History 





327 





Richard J. Greechie 
A.B. Mathematics 



Charles E. Gorman 

A.B. Government 






George F. Gormley, Jr. 

A.B. Economics 




Richard P. Greeley 

A.B. Economics 



John F. Grant 

A.B. Government 



Eugene R. Guerrera 

A.B. Economics 




328 




John R. Hennigan 

A.B. Economics 



Jan H. Hermans 

B.S. Physics 






Charles J. Hatem 
B.S. Biology 



John P. Heffernan 

A.B. Economics 




329 




Joseph C. Hogan, Jr. 

B.S. Chemistry 




mm 



James A. Hooley 

A.B. Sociology 




Patrick J. Hurley, Jr. 

B.S. Chemistry 






i 



Leonard F. Johnson 

B.S. Chemistry 



Robert W. Howard, Jr 

B.S. Biology 




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John P. Hunt 

A.B. Economics 







Patrick D. Johnson 

A.B. Government 



Edward A. Infantolino 

A.B. Economics 



Edward E. Jutrzenka 

A.B. Government 




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330 




Vytautas Kasinskas 

A.B. English 





Robert E. Kelley 

B.S. Natural Science 



Francis P. Kennedy 

A.B. Economics 





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John M. Kelly 

A.B. Mathematics 




John P. Keefe 

B.S. Biology 




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James M. Keegan 

A.B. English 



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Edward W. Kennedy 

A.B. Economics 



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Kevin E. Kennedy 

A.B. English 




331 






Albert R. Lorbati 

B.S. Biology 






Anthony M. Lorusso 

B.S. Chemistry 



Thomas J. Lynch 

B.S. Chemistry 




Arthur W. Lyons 

A.B. Psychology 




James J. Lynch 

A.B. Psychology 



Wayne A. Losano 

A.B. English 




Michael J. Lynch 

B.S. Biology 





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George B. MacDonald 

A.B. English 





J. David Madigan 

A.B. Sociology 



334 





Richard L. Mahoney 

B.S. Chemistry 



Robert W. Magner 

A.B. History 



George F. Matthews, Jr. 

B.S. Natural Science 





Chester H. Masel 

B.S. Geology 





Joseph F. McCarthy, Jr. 

A.B. Sociology 



Michael J. McCarthy 

A.B. English 




335 




Vincent P. McCarthy 

A.B. English 



Martin J. McDermott 

A.B. Economics 





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Gerard M. McKenna 

A.B. Economics 







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James M. McCourt, Jr. 

A.B. Economics 




Brian E. McDermott 

A.B. Economics 




Vincent J. McDermott 

B.S. Geology 



Edward V. McDonough, Jr. 

A.B. Sociology 








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James G. McGowan 

A.B. Economics 



Stephen J. McKenna 

A.B. Economics 




336 




Edward P. Melia 

B.S. Biology 



Thomas P. Melia 

B.S. Physics 



John P. Milan 

A.B. Modern Language 





337 




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Robert E. Mills, Jr. 

A.B. History 




Robert H. Minasian 

A.B. Modern Language 



Steven B. Mitchell 

A.B. Government 






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Daniel R. Murphy 

A.B. Economics 





John T. Murray, Jr. 

A.B. Mathematics 



Richard T. Murphy, Jr 

A.B. Economics 



William V. Nagle 

A.B. History & Government 




Robert W. Murphy 

A.B. Historv 




338 




Gerard V. Parker 

A.B. English 






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Robert P. Pons 

A.B. Government 





James A. Prendergast 

B.S. Chemistry 





Norman 

A.B. 


A. Peloquin 

Biology 


Anthon 

A.B. 


y J. Pellegrino 

Economics 







Robert A. Pemberton 

A.B. History 



Anthony D. Puopolo 

B.S. Biology 





Gerald J. Phillips 

A.B. Sociology 



James B. Purcell 

A.B. Economics 




340 





Ronald W. Reilly 

A.B. Psychology 




Thomas J. Regan, Jr 

A.B. Economics 





Philip K. Richardson 

B.S. Chemistry 



Francis T. Reynolds 

B.S. Natural Science 



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341 




James J. Riley, Jr. 

B.S. Biology 



John F. Roberts 

A.B. Economics 



John G. Sayers 

A.B. Government 





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David O. Sharpe 

A.B. Classics 




Dennis J. Sardella 

B.S. Chemistry 




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John R. Shaughnessy 

B.S. Biology 




John A. Shea 

B.S. Biology 




342 



Kenneth E. Small, Jr. 

A.B. Economics 





Charles M. Sheridan 

A.B. Government 








Ronald C. Spendley 

B.S. Natural Science 




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343 




Joseph F. Struzik 

A.B. History 



John G. Sullivan 

B.S. Biology 






Brian J. Sullivan 

B.S. Chemistry 




John P. Sullivan 

A.B. Psychology 






Gerard G. Sullivan 

A.B. History 



Joseph E. Sullivan 

A.B. Mathematics 




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Paul F. Sullivan 

B.S. Physics 



Stanley J. Supeck, Jr. 

A.B. Government 




344 




Ralph F. Surette 

A.B. Psychology 



James R. Toomey 

A.B. Economics 



Robert S. Tarpey 

A.B. English 




Frederic J. Torphy 

A.B. English 








Stanley J. Szabunlca, Jr. 

A.B. History 




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John J. Tangney 

A.B. Economics 




James M. Tompkins 

B.S. Physics 




Gary E. Tratt 

B.S. Biology 




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345 





David B. Tribble 

B.S. Physics 



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John J. Tucker 

A.B. Economics 




Marc J. Uricchio 

A.B. Economics 




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Paul F. Tumelty 

B.S. Physics 





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Michael J. Tyner 

A.B. Economics 






H. Leroy Vail 




A.B. History 


James T. Vanderslice 


Samir Vincent 


B.S. Physics 


B.S. Natural Science 





H. Gerard Vallely, Jr. 

A.B. Economics 




346 



1 




David M. Wands 

A.B. Government 



James J. Walsh, Jr. 

A.B. Government 






John J. Walsh 

B.S. Physics 




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James W. Waters 

B.S. Physics 



Daniel R. Welter 

A.B. Government 




347 



Francis C. Zolli 

A.B. English 



George B. Wolfe 

A.B. Economics 






348 




THE 
SCHOOL 

I I 

OF 



EDUCATION 




Mary E. Aliberti 

B.S. French 



Julie M. Aucoin 

B.S. French 




Wallace E. Blackwood 

B.S. History 





Louise L. Beaupre 

B.S. Mathematics 



John G. Barclay 

B.S. English 






Margaret M. Birmingham 

B.S. English 




Bette J. Broderick 

.S. Elementary Education 





Judith A. Brox 

B.S. History 



350 





Helen E. Callahan 

B.S. Elementary Education 



Francis T. Burns 

.S. Elementary Education 



Olivia F. Carreiro 

B.S. Mathematics 




Robert L. Clark 

.S. Elementary Education 




Annette G. Catania 

B.S. English 




Patricia G. Clark 

B.S. English 




mm 

Cornelius S. Coakley 

B.S. Mathematics 




Mary C. Casey 

B.S. Elementary Education 





Rosanna L. Coleman 

B.S. French 




351 




Dorothy E. Conboy 

B.S. Elementary Educat 



Rosanne Contardo 

.S. Elementary Education 




Raymond J. Crean, Jr. 

B.S. English 







Maureen P. Cooney 

B.S. Mathematics 




Maria L. Cosco 

B.S. Biology 



Eileen P. Corazzini 

S. Elementary Education 




Renata M. Crisi 

B.S. Social Studies 




352 




Robert E. Crowley 

B.S. History 



Margaret M. Dooley 

.S. Elementary Education 




Roberta A. Desmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 




Virginia M. Devin 

S. Elementary Education 




James E. Duff 

B.S. Mathematics 




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Douglas P. DeCosta 

B.S. History 




Joyce H. Deveau 

B.S. English 



Albert J. Donaldson 

B.S. Elementary Education 




Edward J. Dwyer 

.S. Elementary Education 




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353 




Gerald E. Dyer 

B.S. History 




Nancy C. Fagan 

B.S. History 




Alice C. Farrell 

B.S. Elementary Education 








Dorothy P. Fallcner 

.S. Elementary Education 





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John J. Forestieire, Jr. 




B.S. History 


Vincent J. Franco 


William J. Furtado 


B.S. History 


B.S. History 



Sylvia J. Fantasia 

B.S. Elementary Education 





Joyce M. Francis 

B.S. Business 




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354 




Maria Galante 

.S. Elementary Education 





Susan M. Greeley 

.S. Elementary Education 



Jeanmarie Hanagan 

B.S. French 





Anthony D. Giorgi 

B.S. Mathematics 





Edmund J. Gyllenhammer 

B.S. Mathematics 




Mary L. Grenon 

.S. Elementary Education 




Beatrice M. Hanley 

.S. Elementary Education 




355 




Cynthia A. Hoare 

B.S. Elementary Education 



Albert F. Harrington 
B.S. Mathematics 




Jane M. Hurley 

B.S. Elementary Education 










Marilyn L. Harrison 

B.S. Mathematics 



Henry S. Hooton 

B.S. History 





Elaine M. Hurley 

B.S. Elementary Education 



John B. J 

B.S. Eng 




356 




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Jane A. Kilgallen 

.S. Elementary Education 




Mary C. Lee 

.S. Business Education 




Sheila A. King 

B.S. French 




Catherine A. Kutasz 

B.S. Mathematics 



Dorothy H. Lee 

B.S. Elementary Education 




Sandra J. Littlefield 

B.S. Biology 




Judith A. Knight 

B.S. Elementary Educatii 




Patricia A. Lane 

B.S. Elementary Education 




357 




Jane J. MacDonald 

B.S. French 



Joseph P. Magno 

B.S. English 



Alice I. Macdonough 

.S. Elementary Education 



Barbara W. Mahoney 

.S. Elementary Education 




Sara A. Manning 

.S. English 







Paul L. McCann 

B.S. Elementary Education 





358 





Margaret F. McLean 

.S. Elementary Education 



Karen E. McGorty 

.S. Elementary Education 



Katherine M. McPherson 

B.S. Elementary Education 








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Mary Anne Nally 

B.S. Bi. 




Marjorie M. Milano 

'.S. Elementary Education 




Mary A. Moraniec 

B.S. French 




M. Grail O'Connor 

B.S. English 




John A. Merrick 

B.S. History 





Humbert M. Oliviera 

B.S. Business 




359 





Theresa A. O'Malley 

B.S. Business 



David Powers 

.S. Elementary Education 



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Joseph P. Roberts 





Eugene A. O'Neil 

B.S. History 




Christina Precourt 

.S. Elementary Education 






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Vincent A. Restivo 

B.S. Mathematics 



Ellen J. Rouse 

B.S. Elementary Education 



Joan M. Perry 

B.S. English 



Nancy L. Resmini 

B.S. Mathematics 





360 




Linda A. Scala 

.S. Elementary Education 



Janice M. Smith 
.S. Elementary Educe 




Francis A. Sigadell 

B.S. English 




Patricia C. Stabil 

B.S. Bioloqy 





Barbara S. Schwerzler 

B.S. Mathematics 









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Jo-Ann M. Scimone 
.S. Elementary Education 



Joseph F. Sikorslci 

B.S. Mathematics 



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Helen M. Steele 

B.S. French 




361 




Geraldine H. Sullivan 

.S. Elementary Education 




Sandra L. Tantorski 

B.S. German 





Rosemary V. Titus 

B.S. Biology 




Walter C. Symolon 

B.S. English 




Eileen A. Tobin 

B.S. Elementary Education 





Katherine M. Vena 

B.S. Elementary Education 




Mary E. Tomei 

.S. Elementary Education 



Marie L. Walsh 

B.S. Elementary Education 




Lillian M. Tringe 

B.S. Biology 









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362 




Joan M. Ward 

.S. Elementary Education 



Josephine M. Wastaferro 

B.S. English 





Anne Lee Webber 

B.S. English 





Carmen F. Zaccardi 

B.S. English 




Francis P. White 

B.S. English 





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COLLEGE 





BUSINESS 



ADMINISTRATION 




Louis B. Abilheira 

B.S. Distribution Management 



Thomas F. Adams 

.S. Distribution Management 




David H. Allen 

B.S. Accounting 




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William E. Barry 

.S. Distribution Management 



James S. Bailey-Gates 

B.S. Distribution Management 




Richard A. Akeson 

.S. Distribution Management 




Paul W. Apholt 

B.S. Finance 





Richard R. Beauregard 

B.S. Finance 





Philip T. Beauchesne 

B.S. Distribution Management 



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365 




Thomas F. Beggan, Jr. 

B.S. Industrial Management 




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Francis J. Bifano 

B.S. Finance 






Peter E. Braun 

.S. General Business 




Francis X. Brennan, Jr. 

B.S. Accounting 





Salvatore T. Borrello 

B.S. Finance 



David A. Blomberg 

B.S. Accounting 






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John J. Boyle, Jr. 

B.S. Finance 






E. Leo Brunnick 

B.S. Distribution Management 



John R. Buckley 

.S. Distribution Management 




366 



Denis J. Callahan, Jr. 

B.S. Accounting 






Michael J. Byrnes, Jr. 

B.S. Accounting 




Andrew J. Carbone 

B.S. Finance 




367 




Philip D. Carfagno 

B.S. Finance 



Philip J. Carney 

B.S. Distribution Management 








Frank P. Celino 

B.S. Finance 






Richard D. Carlow 

B.S. Finance 



Daniel F. Carmichael 

B.S. Finance 




Edward P. Casieri 

B.S. Accounting 



William J. Cassidy 

B.S. Finance 





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William E. Celeste 
B.S. Accounting 





Thomas F. Chamberlain 

B.S. Distribution Management 



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368 




Daniel J. Coffey, Jr. 

.S. Distribution Manaqemer 



Charles R. Chevalier Lawrence J. Connor 

.S. Distribution Management B.S. Distribution Management 




Francis B. Connolly 

B.S. Accounting 




F. Richard Couture 

B.S. Accounting 



John F. Cowles 




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Gerard J. Coyle 

B.S. Finance 




369 




John B. Coyle 

B.S. Distribution Management 




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Robert E. Creighton 

B.S. Accounting 





John W. Davis 

.S. Distribution Management 





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James R. DeMarco 

B.S. Finance 



Christopher J. Crisafi 

B.S. Accounting 






William L. Cunis 

.S. Distribution Management 












Vincent A. De Flumeri 

S. Distribution Management 




Robert H. DeMulder 

B.S. Distribution Management 



370 





Albert M. Dercole 

.S. Distribution Management 








Thomas A. Di Silva 

B.S. General Business 



Joseph F. Dolan, Jr. 

B.S. Finance 



Conrad J. De Zego 

B.S. General Business 





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Mario A. Di Belardino 

.S. Distribution Management 



Richard P. Dillon 

B.S. Accounting 






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Paul J. Doherty 

B.S. Accounting 




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Edward D. Doherty 

B.S. Finance 






Laurence J. Donoghue 

B.S. Distribution Management 




371 




William J. Donovan, Jr. 

B.S. Distribution Management 



William D. Donovan, Jr. 

B.S. Economics 










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Charles P. Driscoll, Jr. 

B.S. Finance 





John A. Eagar 

B.S. Industrial Management 



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Kevin T. Doyle 

.S. Distribution Management 



Donald G. Even 

B.S. Accounting 




Maurice V. Dullea 

B.S. Finance 



Dennis T. Farrell 

.S. Distribution Management 









Kevin R. Farrell 

B.S. Accounting 



Ronald A. Fuccillo 

B.S. Accounting 




Owen V. Feeney 

.S. Distribution Management 





George H. Flynn 

.S. Distribution Management 




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Roy A. French 

B.S. Accounting 





Robert J. Ferris 

B.S. Finance 




Jeremiah J. Foley 

B.S. Economics 





Richard H. Gallant 

.S. Distribution Management 



Paul R. Furrer 

.S. Distribution Management 




373 




Charles F. Ganem 

.S. Industrial Management 



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Nicholas J. Gelsomini 

.S. Distribution Management 



Joseph R. Gorgone 

B.S. Distribution Management 





George F. Grant 

.S. Distribution Management 




James E. Glennon 

B.S. Finance 



John W. Giilis 

.S. General Business 






George A. Goodhue, Jr. 

B.S. Finance 





Carl D. Gray 

B.S. Industrial Management 





James J. Gray, Jr. 

.S. Industrial Management 



374 




Gerald D. Greely 

.S. Distribution Management 



John A. Hacke+t 

B.S. Finance 




Frederick J. Harrigan, Jr. 

B.S. Industrial Management 





Joseph D. Hamel 

.S. Industrial Management 





375 




Richard N. Hart, Jr. 

B.S. Accounting 



Lee A. Heiler, Jr. 

B.S. Accountinq 







Paul A. Hoffman 

.S. Distribution Management 




Gerald A. Heggie 

B.S. Finance 



James J. Heggie, III 

B.S. Finance 




Francisco R. Hernandez 

B.S. Accounting 



Thomas J. Higginson 

.S. Industrial Management 







Kenneth C. Hoffman, Jr. 

.S. Distribution Management 



Thomas D. Horan 

B.S. Distribution Management 




376 




Kevin P. Horrigan 

B.S. Economics 



Thomas J. Hubbard, Jr. 

B.S. Industrial Management 




Paul M. Horrigan 

.S. Distribution Management 





John F. Houlihan 

B.S. Finance 




David T. Hunter 

B.S. Finance 




John F. X. Hurley 

B.S. Finance 




Paul J. Hurley 





Peter A. Igoe, Jr. 

B.S. Distribution Management 




377 




Richard L. Kelley 

B.S. Accounting 




Clement C. Kacergis 

B.S. Distribution Management 




John S. Kazmierczak 

.S. Industrial Management 




Thomas J. Kilgarriff 

B.S. Accounting 













Louis A. Kirouac 

.S. Distribution Management 





Bernard T. Kilroy 




B.S. Accounting 


Kenneth J. Kolelc 


John W. Koza 


S. Distribution Management 


B.S. Economics 




378 




Karl J. Krilcorian 

B.S. Distribution Management 




Robert L 

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Thomas 

B.S. Fi 


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Ralph W. La Valle 

B.S. Industrial Management 



Walter J. Kupchunos, Jr. 

B.S. Finance 





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Richard L. La Freniere 

B.S. Accounting 




Albert J. Landry, Jr. 

B.S. General Business 






Kevin W. Leary 

B. S. Finance 



William F. Leehive, Jr. 

B.S. Accounting 




379 





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Peter G. MacMurray 

B.S. Economics 





John C. MacNeil 

B.S. Finance 



William J. Lundregan, III 

B.S. Accounting 




Richard F. Locke 

B.S. Finance 





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Daniel J. Lynch, Jr. 

B.S. Accounting 




Daniel J. Mahoney 

B.S. Economics 



John H. MacKinnon 

B.S. Accounting 



Hugh D. Mahoney 

B.S. Industrial Management 




380 



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John J. Manzi 

.S. Distribution Management 




John E. McDaid 

.S. Distribution Management 




Luke K. McCarthy, Jr. 

B.S. Accounting 







Gerard F. McCormick 

B.S. Accounting 





Charles P. McCarthy 

B.S. Accounting 




Thomas F. McCarthy 

B.S. Finance 




John G. McGill 

B.S. Finance 



Robert J. McElhenny 

B.S. Accounting 




381 




John M. McLoughlin 
B.S. Accounting 



Patrick A. McLoughlin 

B.S. Finance 






Jorge A. Miranda 

.S. Distribution Management 




ilrJl 



Raymond J. Montminy 

B.S. Finance 




Frederick A. Meyers, Jr. 

B.S. Accounting 



Jerome F. Mello 

B.S. Finance 





Albert P. Minucci 

.S. Distribution Management 






Francis M. Mooney 

B.S. Distribution Management 



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Michael J. Mullahy, Jr. 

B.S. Accounting 



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382 




Robert J. Murray 

.S. Industrial Management 




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Thomas J. Murray, Jr. 

B.S. Accounting 



Robert J. Nelson 

B.S. Accounting 




383 




Louis J. Nicholas 

.S. Distribution Management 



Robert E. O'Brien 

B.S. Finance 






Hugh M. O'Connor 

.S. Distribution Manaaement 



Robert K. O'Brien 

.S. Industrial Management 



James J. O'Connell 

B.S. Accounting 







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Dennis L. O'Connor 

B.S. Accounting 



James F. O'Connor 

B.S. Accounting 




384 




Robert J. O'Connor 

.S. Distribution Management 



Thomas F. O'Keefe 

B.S. Accounting 




Henry L. Ouellette 

.S. Distribution Management 



Ronald R. Petralia 

B.S. Finance 






Charles E. O'Dell, Jr. 

.S. Distribution Management 



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John A. O'Keefe 

B.S. Economics 





Edward M. O'Malley 

B.S. Accounting 



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David M. Pickering 

.S. Distribution Management 




385 



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Robert T. Rattigan 

B.S. Finance 







Charles B. Pinch 

.S. Distribution Management 



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Charles F. Rawdon 

B.S. Accounting 




Edward J. Raftery 

.S. Distribution Management 




Leo A. Reed 

B.S. Finance 



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Laurence F. Sanford, Jr. 

B.S. Finance 



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Paul G. Richards 

B.S. Accounting 



Vincent J. Santoro 

B.S. Accounting 



Philip J. Robillard 

B.S. Finance 




386 




Warren W. Scott 

.S. Distribution Management 




Francesco Scaduto 
B.S. Economics 





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Vincent M. Signorello 

B.S. Industrial Management 



Daniel J. Sullivan 

.S. Distribution Management 





Antolin Silva, Jr. 

.S. Distribution Management 





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Paul W. Shavor 

B.S. Distribution Management 





Joseph H. Sheehan 

B.S. General Business 




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John E. Spenlinhauer, III 

B.S. Industrial Management 




Francis J. Sullivan, Jr. 

B.S. Finance 




387 




Christopher J. Sweeney, Jr. 

B.S. Accounting 






Gerald V. Turcotte 

B.S. Distribution Management 




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David P. Twomey 

B.S. General Busines 



Richard E. Swift 

B.S. Finance 




F. William Sweeney 

.S. Distribution Management 



Roy W. Tilsley 

B.S. Accounting 



James M. Twomey 

B.S. Accounting 






John F. Towle, Jr. 

.S. Distribution Management 




Alexander E. Urbanowicz 

B.S. Finance 





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Ernest J. Wright 
B.S. Economics 













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Louraine D. Alberetti 

B.S. Nursing 



Cynthia J. Bosses 

B.S. Nursing 






Linda A. Bagnell 

B.S. Nursing 



Katherine L. Barry 

B.S. Nursing 





Grace A. Cononi 

B.S. Nursing 





Johanna Brunal! 

B.S. Nursing 




Nancy L. Cartniclc 

B.S. Nursing 



Maureen A. Corkery 

B.S. Nursing 



Arlene M. Butler 

B.S. Nursing 





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392 




Margaret M. Curley 

B.S. Nursing 



Rosemary A. Dervan 

B.S. Nursing 



Katherine N. Curtiss 

.S. Nursing 




Mary P. Dalton 

B.S. Nursing 





Rosemary P. Donovan 

.S. Nursing 





Carol A. Dorey 

B.S. Nursing 




Sr. Mary 

Immaculate Heart Dowd 

B.S. Nursing 




Nan P. Drake 

B.S. Nursing 




Jean-Marie Egan 

B.S. Nursing 




393 




Patricia A. Egan 

B.S. Nursing 



Charlette Fennessey 

B.S. Nursing 






Kathleen K. Fenton 
B.S. Nursing 




Laurel A. Eisenhauer 

B.S. Nursing 




Elaine M. Finnegan 

B.S. Nursing 




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Joan A. Gillis 

B.S. Nursing 




Eleanor J. Frank 

B.S. Nursing 




Martha A. Hajjar 

B.S. Nursing 



Arline T. Gehrmann 

B.S. Nursing 




394 




Rosemary Hanley 
B.S. Nursing 





Carolyn S. Jaworski 

B.S. Nursing 



Eleanor M. Langone 

B.S. Nursing 





Mary C. Kimball 

B.S. Nursing 




Barbara A. Heidt 

B.S. Nursing 




Maureen S. James 
B.S. Nursing 








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Mary E. Lebreck 

B.S. Nursing 




Sr. Marie Visitation Horgan 

B.S. Nursinq 





Lois J. Krodel 

B.S. Nursing 






395 




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B.S. Nursing 







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B.S. Nursing 




Suzanne T. Marier 

B.S. Nursinq 




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B.S. Nursing 



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B.S. Nursing 




Eleanor A. McKenna 

B.S. Nursing 




Jane McNamara 

B.S. Nursing 



Mary M. Melea 

B.S. Nursing 



Nancy M. Mirabello 

B.S. Nursing 




396 





Joanne M. O'Donnell 

B.S. Nursing 




Helen M. Murdock 

B.S. Nursing 




June R. Neary 

B.S. Nursing 



Jeanne M. O'Neil 

B.S. Nursing 




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Martha M. Powers 

B.S. Nursing 




Susan A. Schwaner 

B.S. Nursinq 



Sarah A. Osborne 
B.S. Nursing 




Sheila K. Roos 

B.S. Nursing 



Gloria M. Pratt 

.S. Nursinq 





Joan Sattelmair 

B.S. Nursing 




Jane E. Sheehan 

B.S. Nursing 





Elaine M. Sirois 

B.S. Nursing 



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Virginia A. Stanley 

B.S. Nursing 




Elinor M. Tobin 

B.S. Nursing 



Brenda H. Sullivan 

B.S. Nursing 



Rosemary Topjian 
B.S. Nursing 








Mari+a A. Walsh 

B.S. Nursing 




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Donna M. Armour 

B.S. Nursing 




Maris A. Barrett 

B.S. Nursing 




Helen C. Benedikter 

.S. Nursing 






3. A. Bannan 

B.S. Nursing 




Ann Cahil 

.S. Nursing 




Kathleen Cashman 

B.S. Nursing 



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Lucille A. Coderre 

B.S. Nursing 



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Gail B. Collier 

B.S. Nursing 






401 




Lorraine Conway 

B.S. Nursing 




Helen J. Cook 

B.S. Nursing 



Mary E. Coppola 
B.S. Nursing 





Mary K. Corcoran 

B.S. Nursing 





Mary L. Cunningham 

B.S. Nursing 




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Sally M. Edick 

B.S. Nursing 




Agnes E. Elliot 

B.S. Nursing 



402 




Mary P. Fasce 

B.S. Nursing 




Ruth E. Flood 

B.S. Nursing 



Olivia M. Gagnon 

B.S. Nursing 





Mary R. Flynn 

B.S. Nursing 



Sheila P. Fennessy 
B.S. Nursing 




Diane C. Fleury 

B.S. Nursing 






Virginia R. Fitzgerald 

B.S. Nursing 




Patricia M. Fox 

B.S. Nursing 





Claudia D. Garrett 

B.S. Nursing 



403 




Brenda T. Gill 

B.S. Nursing 






Elizabeth Hoard 

B.S. Nursing 






Doris A. Jacques 

B.S. Nursing 



404 



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Joan M. Hayes 

B.S. Nursing 




Jernadette A. Gillis 

B.S. Nursing 



Margaret A. Heafey 

B.S. Nursing 



Mary E. Kilroy 

B.S. Nursing 





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Nancy Heeley 

B.S. Nursing 




Laura Kulsic 

B.S. Nursing 





Josephine Mastrangelo 

B.S. Nursing 



Mary J. Nassar 

B.S. Nursing 




Catherine Mazza 

B.S. Nursing 





Beatrice Moynihan 

B.S. Nursing 






Patricia A. O'Keefe 

B.S. Nursing 




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Marie A. McCutcheon 

B.S. Nursing 




Jacqueline A. McNally 

B.S. Nursing 




Margaret O'Loughlin 

B.S. Nursing 





405 




Mary Payson 
B.S. Nursing 



Roberta L. Pazyra 
B.S. Nursing 




Mary L. Reilly 
B.S. Nursing 




Lourene Prendergast 

B.S. Nursing 



Donna R. Pirington 

B.S. Nursing 





Paula L. Quinn 

B.S. Nursing 




B.S. Nursing 




Mary Sanphy 

B.S. Nursing 



406 




Elizabeth Sutherland 

B.S. Nursing 



Rosemarie Santo 
B.S. Nursing 



Mary A. Skinslci 

B.S. Nursing 




Elizabeth Scannell 

.S. Nursing 







Anne E. Sullivan 

B.S. Nursing 



Ann Szklarz 

B.S. Nursing 








Dorothy Upson 

B.S. Nursing 





Nancy L. Wilder 

B.S. Nursing 



Lorraine Williams 

B.S. Nursing 




407 








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B.S. Nursing 



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A.B. English 




Mary F. Barrett 

B.S. Education 





Daniel B. Carroll 

B.S. General Business 




Bernadette C. Chiasson 

A.B. Natural Science 



John F. Boyle 

l.S. Accounting 







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James L. Burns 

A.B. Economics 



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Beverly A. Chico 

A.B. English 



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Richard C. Couture 

B.S. Industrial Management 




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Richard P. Doyle 

B.S. Education 



Patrick Farrel 

3.S. Accounting 



Thomas P. Crehan 
I.S. General Busines 







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Francis B. Donnelly 

A.B. Economics 




Thomas L. Donoghue 

B.S. General Business 







Eileen P. Duffin 

A.B. History 




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Walter R. Ducharme 

A.B. English 




Kathryn T. Flynn 

B.S. Education 



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Kathleen Forbes 

A.B. Social Science 





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Donald M. Harney 

B.S. General Business 






Ruth E. Harzbecker 

A.B. English 



James P. Gallagher 

B.S. Accounting 



Keneth G. Fothergill 

B.S. Accounting 





Marie E. Glynn 

.S. General Business 



John N. Henesy 

A.B. English 





Mary L. Greenwood 

.S. Elementary Education. 




Ann M. Hernon 

A.B. English 




412 








John J. Higgins 

.S. General Business 







Joan M. Howard 

A.B. English 




Norman W. Hunt 

B.S. General Business 




William J. Kelleher 

B.S. Economics 





Marie E. Hurley 

A.B. English 




Leo M. Kearney 

B.S. Economics 






Walter J. Kane 

B.S. Accounting 




James J. Laughlin 

I.S. General Business 




413 



Helen M. Lawless 

A.B. English 




Francis E. Leahy 

B.S. General Business 





Thomas K. Lydon 

A.B. Economics 







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Octavio J. MarHno 

B.S. Industrial Management 







Thomas P. Lenane 

A.B. History and Government 



Donald G. Lemieux 

B.S. General Business 












Joseph Lezon 

A.B. History and Government 





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Theresa Mc Dermott 

A.B. Social Science 






Mary McGillicuddy 

A.B. Social Science 





Virginia M. O'Connell 

A.B. Social Science 



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Barbara A. McKeon 

B.S. Education 



Billy J. Moulder 

B.S. General Business 




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Hal C. Simmons 

A.B. History and Government 




Edward C. Moriarty 

B.S. General Business 





Margaret C. Shaughnessy 

B.S. Education 




Mary F. Smith 

A.B. Economics 




John Nazzaro, Jr. 

B.S. General Business 






William F. Sullivan 

B.S. Finance 




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A.B. Social Science 



Mark J. Wilcox 

.S. General Business 





Margaret E. Williams 

B.S. Accounting 



Lorraine M. Yelle 

A.B. English 





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George V. Zengo 

B.S. Finance 



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friends 



Richard Cardinal Gushing 

Most Rev. Eric F. Mackenzie, D.D. 

Most Rev. Jeremiah F. Minihan, D.D. 

Very Rev. Michael P. Walsh, S.J. 

Rev. Charles M. Crowley, S.J. 

Rev. Robert F. Drinan, S.J. 

Rev. John V. Driscoll, S.J. 

Rev. Charles F. Donovan, S.J. 

Rev. Raymond V. Dunn, S.J. 

Rev. Martin P. Harney, S.J. 

Rev. W. Seavey Joyce, S.J. 

Rev. John A. McCarthy, S.J. 

Vincent P. Wright 

Rita P. Kelleher 

Helen Fitzgerald 



Mr. & Mrs. Celias Abilheira 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph G. Adams 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Agnitsch 

Mr. & Mrs. Roland H. Arrington, Sr. 

Mr. Armand Audet 

Mr. & Mrs. Norman J. Barry 

Mr. & Mrs. John M. Barrett 

Mr. Daniel Bartholomew 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Batrow 

Mr. & Mrs. Lyman Beauchesne 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Becherer 

Mr. C. Frederick Bent 

Mr. & Mrs. John D. Bercury 

Mr. & Mrs. David Bergson 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph R. Bishop 

Mr. & Mrs. Wallace E. Blackwood 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Blaney 

Mr. & Mrs. W. R. Blonski 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Bond 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Bosses 

Mayor George J. Bourque 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Boyle, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Martin J. Brennan 

Camille M. Brescia 

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick T. Brown 

Mr. Albert Brunalli 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Bruno 

Mr. Charles F. Bryan 

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence A. Bufano 

Mrs. Niel J. Bulger 

Mrs. Catherine F. Burkholder 



Mr. & Mrs. M.J. Byrne 

Mr. Michael Byrnes 

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Cackowski 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Campanelli 

Mr. & Mrs. Silvano Capodilupo 

Mr. Felix J. Carfagno 

Mr. Felix Carlino 

Mr. & Mrs. Dan Carmichael 

Mrs. William S. Carroll 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Catapano, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Castellano 

Mr. Dominic Cavanna 

Dr. & Mrs. John T. Cinella 

Dr. Peter J. Coccaro 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel J. Coffey 

Mr. Louis Frank Coiro 

Mr. & Mrs. James V. Connelly 

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Connelly 

Mr. & Mrs. George F. Cooney 

Mrs. W. George Coots 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Corcoran 

Coronet Beauty Salon 

Mr. Alfred H. Cote 

Mr. & Mrs. Basil J. Coughlan, Sr. 

Mr. Joseph J. Craig, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Hugh J. Creeron 

Mr. Carl Cyr 

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence P. Daley 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert A. D'Ercole 

Mr. & Mrs. Aldo DiBelardino 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony De Mayo 

Mr. & Mrs. Pasquale DePrisco 

Mr. & Mrs. Hector Demers 

Mr. Edward C. Doherty 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter DiGiambattista 

Mr. & Mrs. N. P. Diverio 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Dolan 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Donnellan 

Mr. J. J. Donovan 

Mr. & Mrs. William D. Donovan 

Mr. Ray Dorey 

Mr. Edward J. Dowel 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Doyle 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. Driscoll 

Mr. Thomas A. Duffy 

Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Dunkel 

Mr. & Mrs. Lester J. Dyer 

Dr. & Mrs. John O'Neil Egan 

Mrs. Anne E. Eagar 



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& Mrs. George W. Even 

& Mrs. Daniel J. Feeney 
;. O. V. Feeney 

& Mrs. Edward P. Fennessey 
William P. Finnegan 

& Mrs. James P. FitzGerald 

& Mrs. James E. Fitzpatrick 

& Mrs. Raymond Flanagan 

& Mrs. John F. Fleming 

& Mrs. Patrick Foley 

& Mrs. Benjamin French 

& Mrs. Charles F. Furrer 

Philip J. Geoghegan 

& Mrs. George A. Goodhue 

& Mrs. John E. Grady 

& Mrs. James C. Greely, Jr. 

& Mrs. Joseph A. Gundermann 

& Mrs. A.F. Hackett 

& Mrs. Thomas Hagerty 

& Mrs. S. G. Hajjar 

& Mrs. John R. Hanagan 

& Mrs. Richard A. Hannaway 

& Mrs. F. J. Harrigan, Sr. 

& Mrs. William J. Harrison 
, James J. Harrington 
, & Mrs. Hector Hart 
s. Richard N. Hart 

Julien A. Herbert 
. Ray W. Heffernan 
. & Mrs. Lawrence J. Heidt 
. & Mrs. Lee A. Heiler 
. & Mrs. Thomas Higginson 
. & Mrs. Harold Hiltz 
. & Mrs. Joseph C. Hogan 
. Peter L. Hogue 

& Mrs. John A. Houlihan 
. Warren C. Hyer 
. & Mrs. Joseph Janas 

& Mrs. Charles J. Jaworski 
. & Mrs. John B. Jenney 
. & Mrs. Francis X. Johnson 
. & Mrs. Edward Jutrzenka 
. John A. Kelly 
. & Mrs. Michael J. Kelly, Jr. 
s. Edward W. Kennedy 
. & Mrs. Edward Kieman 
. & Mrs. C. J. Kilgallen 

. & Mrs. John F. Kilroy 



Mrs. Bernard J. Kilroy 

Mr. John A. King 

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Knight 

Mr. George F. Krodel 

Marylou Krummenacker 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Kupchunos 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Lamey 

Mr. & Mrs. Leonard A. Langlois 

Mr. John J. Lane 

Mr. Henry J. Laramee 

Hon. Thomas W. Lawless 
r. Anthony H. LaFreniere 
r. Edward U. Lee 
r. & Mrs. William P. Leetch 
r. Francis T. Lepera 
r. Raymond Lepoutre 
rs. John L. Leydon 

& Mrs. G. Albin Liva 
r. & Mrs. Bernard Logan 
r. & Mrs. John J. Lorden 
r. Angelo A. Lucia 
r. & Mrs. William J. Lundregan, Jr. 
rs. Katherine F. Lynch 
r. & Mrs. Andrew L. Mahoney 
r. & Mrs. John P. MacDonald 
r. & Mrs. Michael J. Magde 
r. Albert McCabe 
V. McDermott 
r. & Mrs. F. J. McGorty 
r. & Mrs. James McGowan 
r. & Mrs. Bernard S. McNamara 
r. & Mrs. Timothy A. McNamara 
r. & Mrs. Charles V. Manganelli 
r. & Mrs. Thomas J. Melia 
r. Frank Mirabello 
r. & Mrs. Edward Moraniec 
r. Russell E. K. Monaghan 
r. & Mrs. Michael J. Mullahy 
r. & Mrs. Francis N. Mullen 

Rep. John J. Navin 
r. & Mrs. John B. Newcomb, Jr. 
r. & Mrs. Bernard J. Niemiro 
r. & Mrs. Rosario S. Normandin 
r. & Mrs. Arthur L. Norris 
r. & Mrs. Richard H. O'Brien 
r. Charles E. Odell 
r. & Mrs. Henry J. O'Donnell 
r. & Mrs. Francis N. O'Hara 
r. & Mrs. Joseph O'Malley 



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Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Quinn 

Mr. Paul 

Mr. & Mrs. William Pavlitachko 

Mr. W. Lloyd Pembroke 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis W. Phelan 

Mr. George F. Pratt 

J. Rafferty 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Rawdon 

Mr. & Mrs. Leo A. Reed 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Regan, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Leo M. Riley 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Rooney 

Mrs. John W. Roos 

Mr. William J. Salter 

Mr. & Mrs. James A. Savage 

Mr. Antonio Scaduto-Mendola 

Mr. Victor K. Scavullo 

Mr. Carl J. Schaefer 

Mr. & Mrs. Nelson M. Schwaner 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Sheppard 

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew P. Sidlowski 

Mr. & Mrs. William C. Skulley 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Smith 

Mr. William M. Smith 

Mr. John J. Sweet 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Spenlinhauer, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Martin J. Speno 

Edward B. Steele, In Memoriam 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel C. Sullivan 

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis E. Sullivan 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. Sullivan 

J. Warren Sullivan 

Mr. & Mrs. Hugh M. Titus 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Tumelty 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred J. Tondreau 

Mr. & Mrs. Knowles L. Toomey 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Tyner 

Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Urbanowicz 

Gov. John A. Volpe 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Volpe 

Mrs. Alfred C. Wasilauskas 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel M. Walsh, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. George J. Ward 

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Warren 

Mr. & Mrs. John O. Werkmeister, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Wilder 

Mr. & Mrs. George Wolfe 

Mr. & Mrs. William A. Woods 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Zolli 



Mr. & Mrs. Arthur H. Akeson 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Alberti 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph B. Allen 

Mr. William L. Anderson 

Mr & Mrs. George J. Apholt 

Mr. & Mrs. Reginald C. Armour 

Mr. & Mrs. W. F. Asborne 

Mr. & Mrs. James A. Barbara 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Barclay 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony P. Barnello 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Leo Barry 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis B. Bertone 

Mr. & Mrs. Vito Bevivino 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter C. Blair 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Blanchard 

Mr. & Mrs. Clifford W. Blomberg 

Hilairi Bourque 

Mr. & Mrs. Clive A. Blowers 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Bonanno 

Mr. & Mrs. James F. Bonnell 

Mr. Joseph J. Bormolini 

Mr Joseph M. Breed, Sr. 

Mrs. Roger W. Breslin 

Mr. & Mrs. N. James Brox 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Bucheri 

Mr. & Mrs. John F. Buckley 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Burchyns 

Mr. William J. Burke 

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen P. Burns, Sr. 

Mr. Edward Butler 

Mr. & Mrs. Denis Callahan 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis W. Callahan 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank A. Capalbo 

Mr. Ernest Capozzi 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Caprio 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry J. Carbone 

Mr. & Mrs. John A. Carney 

Mr. Joseph Carrington 

Mr. John P. Casey 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Catania 

Mr. Antonio Chabot 

Mrs. Joseph Clark 

Mr. W. Thomas Clark 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Clougherty 

Mary E. Comeau 

Mrs. Dorothy Conboy 

Mr. John Concannon 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Condon, Sr. 

Mr. Harry K. Conklin 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Connor 

Mr. & Mrs. Wells P. Conron 

Mr. Peter Contardo, '32 

Mr. Edward J. Coogan 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Corso 

Mr. Patrick R. Cotter 

Nimar T. Coury 

Mr. Francis Xavier Couture 



friends 



Mr. & Mrs. Albert D. Cowles 

Mr. Francis Coyle 

Mr. & Mrs. William F. Creagh 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Creighton 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Crump 

Mr. Anthony J. Cunis 

Mr. Michael P. Curcio 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Curley 

Mr. & Mrs. John P. Curran 

Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth Dalton 

Mr. Richard J. Dee 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert De Mulder 

Mr. Sylvester D'Eramo 

Mr. Pardo de Rensis 

Mr. & Mrs. William H. Devin 

Mr. John J. DiMare 

Mrs. Henry L. Doherty 

Mrs. John F. Doherty 

Mr. John S. Dooley 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Donaghy 

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Donnellan 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward A. Dragon 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Duddy 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Duff 

Mr. & Mrs. William Duplex 

Mr. & Mrs. Valentine E. Dyer 

Dr. Daniel B. Eck 

Mr. William H. Elder 

Mr. & Mrs. John F. Erwin 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Faggiano 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel L. Fardy 

Mr. James H. Farrell 

Mr. Joseph M. Farrell 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Feeney 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Fitzgerald 

Mr. George H. Flynn 

Mr. & Mrs. John Flynn 

Mr. & Mrs. Emile L. Fournier 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph L. Fox 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur C. Franz 

Mrs. Carmen Fuccillo 

Mr. & Mrs. Dominick Furtado 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. Gabler, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Gallagher 

Mr. & Mrs. William F. Gallagher 

Mrs. William F. Garvey 

Mr. Saivatore Giarraputo 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Gilarde 

Mr. James A. Gildea 

Mr. & Mrs. Edgar A. Gilet 

Mr. & Mrs. John A. Gillis 

Mr. & Mrs. Antonio Giorgi 

Mrs. Thomas J. Gorham 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank A. Gorman 

Mr. & Mrs. George F. Gormley, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Goubeaud 

Mr. & Mrs. James Gray 



Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Greeley 

Mr. Martin F. Greeley 

Mr. & Mrs. Rocco Guerrera 

Mr. Gus Gyllenhammer 

Mr. & Mrs. James E. Hagan 

Mr. Henry C. Hagan 

Mrs. Jennie A. Hall 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Hally, Sr. 

Dr. & Mrs. F. E. Hanley 

Mr. Francis X. Hanley 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hannan 

Mr. & Mrs. John Harrington 

Mr. Francisco J. A. Hernandez 

Mr. & Mrs. F. Preston Herring 

Mr. K.C. Hoffman 

Mrs. Edward A. Hogan, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. R. E. Hume 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Hurley 

Mr. & Mrs. Saivatore L. Infantolino 

Dr. & Mrs. William M. James 

Mr. & Mrs. James M. Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. Walworth Johnson 

Mr. Peter Kalustian 

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Kane 

Mr. Edward J. Kelley 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Kimball 

Mr. & Mrs. George K. Knight 

Mr. & Mrs. John S. Kolano 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Krikorian 

Mr. Patrick Langone 

Mrs. John J. Larkin, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Victor Laronga 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Latshaw 

Mr. Luke Lavalle 

Mr. George Lavin 

Mr. & Mrs. Antime Lavoie 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Layden 

Mr. Elmer G. Leary 

Mr. Joseph F. Leary 

Miss Carol M. LeClair 

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher F. Lee 

Mr. Francis G. Lee 

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick T. Lee 

Mr. & Mrs. William F. Leehive 

Dr. Peter G. Lehndorff 

Mr. & Mrs. Herman A. Lerch 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Levis 

Mr. Gerard A. L'Heureux 

Mr. & Mrs. John C. Lipcan, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Hans Lium 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Loban 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Lombardo 

Mrs. John Loycano 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. MacDonough 

Dr. & Mrs. John S. Madigan 

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy G. Mahoney 

Mr. & Mrs. G. Marotta 



jpriends 



Mr. & Mrs. Frank Marszalek, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Silvio Mazza 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert J. McCarthy 

Mr. & Mrs. John H. McCarthy 

Mrs. Justin McCarthy 

Mrs. Lawrence J. McCarthy 

Mrs. Michael McCarthy 

Mr. T. Joseph McCook 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel McCormack 

Mr. & Mrs. James M. McCourt 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert P. McCutcheon 

Mr. & Mrs. H. R. McGown 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph McKenna 

Mr. Arthur J. McLoughlin 

Mrs. Elizabeth M. McLoughlin 

Mr. & Mrs. Cornelius J. McQuillen 

Mr. & Mrs. Leon Michalski 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip Milan 

Mrs. Mary Miles 

Mr. Irving E. Minsk 

Mr. & Mrs. Ellis Minucci 

Mr. 8c Mrs. Fred M. Moynihan 

Mr. Hugh J. Mulligan, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. James R. Murphy 

Mr. Vincent J. Murray 

Mr. Thomas Neary 

Mr. & Mrs. Eldred L. Nelson 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Nicholson 

Dr. & Mrs. John W. Nisius 

Mr. Russill O'Blenes 

Mr. & Mrs. James J. O'Connell 

Mrs. Dennis L. O'Connor 

Mr. John R. O'Donnell 

Mrs. Thomas O'Keefe 

Mrs. Patrick O'Loughlin 

Mr. & Mrs. James E. O'Neill 

Mr. & Mrs. R. Allan O'Neill 

Mr. & Mrs. John S. O'Reilly 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Ortenzi 

Mr. Percy P. Parent 

Mr. & Mrs. Fred C. Peary 

Faunce Pemberton 

Mr. Joseph B. Phillips 

Mr. & Mrs. Edmund S. Pietraszek 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Pinch 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Donald Pirington 

Fredein J. Pitzi 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Plasse 

Mr. & Mrs. Adam Polek 

Mr. John F. Powers 

Mrs. Harold W. CPuigley 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Quinn 

Mr. F. J. Rauscher 



Mrs. Eivira Rebello 

Mrs. Mary L. Reilly 

Dr. Edward J. Reynolds 

Mrs. Agatha M. Richards 

Mr. & Mrs. B. K. Richardson 

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick C. Rimmele 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles O. Rolando 

Mr. & Mrs. Victor Roman 

Mr. J. Arthur Rousseau 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter A. Salamon 

Mrs. Lawrence F. Sanford 

Mr. Joseph Sardella 

Mr. & Mrs. John Sattelmair 

Mr. John J. Scaldini 

Mr. Daniel G. Scannell 

Dr. Alexander A. Schneiders 

Mrs. Tecla Schwerzler 

Mr. & Mrs. Jeremiah Shea 

Mr. & Mrs. John Shea 

Antolin Silva 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Simione 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Sirois 

Mr. Leo Ska toff 

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth E. Small 

Mr. Edward P. Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. RobertS. Smith 

Dr. & Mrs. Andrew B. Somers 

Mr. William Suchuki 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Sullivan 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Sullivan 

Mr. Frank J. Sullivan 

Mr. Walter F. Sullivan 

M'r. & Mrs. Stanley Supeck 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank L. Sweeney 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur E. Tarantino 

■Mr. & Mrs. Auguste Tobon 

Dr. John S. Tonderys 

Mr. Michael Topjian 

Mr. & Mrs. William A. Torphy 

Mr. Joseph L. Tribble 

Mr. & Mrs. William A. Tringe 

Mr. & Mrs. H. Gerard Vallely 

Mrs. Michael Vetri 

Mr. & Mrs. William B. Viall 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Wallwork 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Walsh 

Mr. Paul J. Waters 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter L. Welgoss 

Mr. & Mrs. John H. Wheeler 

Mrs. Esther M. Whitten 

R. C. Williams 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Wojie 

Mr. Armand Yelle 




Compliments of 

College of Arts and Science Student Senate 

College of Business Administration Student Senate 

School of Education Student Senate 



REARDON and TURNER 



150 CAUSEWAY STREET 



BOSTON 1 4, MASSACHUSETTS 



REGISTERED 

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS 
BUILDING SERVICES 



Compliments of . . . 

FAIRVIEW HOTEL 

TEmple 4-9192 
OCEAN STREET BRANT ROCK, MASS. 

Pat and Pota Stabile, Proprietors 



SULLIVAN D. C. & CO., INC. 

Specialists in 

INDUSTRIAL SECURITY 

UNDERCOVER OPERATORS • GUARDS 

24 Hour Service 



11 Pemberton Square 



CApitol 7-0349 



FAZI-BATTAGLIA 



^Jitulud - Uerdlcchlo 



A DELICIOUS ITALIAN WHITE WINE 
Imported by 

MEDITERRANEAN IMPORTING CO. INC. 

25-15 BRIDGE PLAZA NORTH 

LONG ISLAND CITY 

NEW YORK 



425 



Compliments 




«l 




ACCOUNTING ACADEMY 

OF 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 




CHESTNUT HILL 67 




MASSACHUSETTS 




I 






From . . . 




THE DORMITORY COUNCIL 




TO 




THE CLASS OF 1962 


SOCIETY FDH 


* 

CONGRATULATIONS 


ADVANCEMENT 


AND BEST WISHES 

* 


DF MANAGEMENT 








John Kazmierczak, President 















426 



To The Boston College 
CLASS OF 1962 

Our Very Best Wishes 
Now and for the Future 



The Sheraton- Plaza 



BOSTON 

H. de F. "Dan" Nyboe 
General Manager 



HIGHAM, NEILSON, 
WHITRIDGE & REID r INC 

50 CONGRESS STREET 
BOSTON 9, MASSACHUSETTS 



Designer and Administrator oj 
YOUR STUDENT INSURANCE PROGRAM 

Serviced Locally by 
CHARLES F. MURPHY, INC. 

24 School Street 
Boston 9, Massachusetts 



UNIVERSITY PAPERBACKS 

784 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE 

'EVERYTHING FOR YOUR REQUIRED AS WELL AS 
YOUR LEISURE READING" 




427 



%■& f £8 3S 



WiL ' -o» f* *. 'J. J fSPw 






COMPLIMENTS 



OF A 



FRIEND 




Letterpress • Offset • Thermography 



COMPLETE 
PRINTING SERVICE 



59 McBride Street Jamaica Plain 

JAmaica 4-0204 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1962 

from the 

WOMEN'S RECREATIONAL 
ASSOCIATION 



Compliments of 

SURGEONS' AND PHYSICIANS' 
SUPPLY CO. 



Boston's 
Distinctive Store 




Famous for 
Good Foods and Delicacies 

S. S. PIERCE CO. 

Stores in Boston, Belmont, Wellesley, Northshore, 

Brookline and Newton 

Mail and Telephone Orders 



ELBERY MOTOR CO., INC. 

Ford - Falcon - Thunderbird 



M. B. FOSTER 
ELECTRIC COMPANY 



368 CONGRESS STREET 
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



Sales and Service 



GUARANTEED USED CARS 



KI-7-3820 
360 CAMBRIDGE STREET CAMBRIDGE 

Open Evenings 



429 



COMPLIMENTS 


BEST WISHES 


OF 


to the 


PEPSI-COLA 


CLASS OF 1962 

• 


BAYER & MINGOLLA 
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 


SULLIVAN BROS. 


INCORPORATED 


PRINTERS 


P. O. BOX 991 WORCESTER, MASS. 


LOWELL, MASSACHUSETTS 


C. E. Mingolla 




Established 1902 — Incorporated 1911 


GEORGE F. DRISCOLL COMPANY 


General Contractors • Building Construction 


41 EAST 42nd STREET NEW YORK 17, N. Y. 


MUrray Hill 7-4200 


— Builders of — 


MARTYRS' COURT FORDHAM UNIVERSITY 


LOYOLA HALL FORDHAM UNIVERSITY 


PHARMACY-SCIENCE BUILDING ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY 


SCIENCE BUILDING MANHATTAN COLLEGE 


GYMNASIUM CRANWELL PREPARATORY SCHOOL 



4 30 



Quinlan Pharmacy 



CHESTNUT HILL 
LOngwood 6-7600 



HARRY KOREY, Ph.G. 



MILTON PERRY, B.S. 




TYPEWRITERS 

Rented — Sold — Repaired 

PETER PAUL 
OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 

TWinbrook 3-8920 
11 PINE STREET WALTHAM, MASS. 



THE MARSHARD ORCHESTRAS 

The Outstanding Favorite of 
America's Universities 

73 NEWBURY ST. BOSTON 

KEnmore 6-5173 
NEW YORK BAR HARBOR 



Howland Linen Supply Co. 

INCORPORATED 



40 BRISTOL STREET 

BOSTON 18, MASS. 

Hancock 6-6630 



73 CHANCERY STREET 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 
Wyman 2-4981 

CORNER RT. No. 28 and BEARSE'S WAY 
HYANNIS, MASS. 



Spring 5-2245 



431 



Compliments 


of 


INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS, 


EHAUFFEURS, WAREHOUSEMEN ANB HELPEBS 


OF AMEBIEA 


JAMES R. HOFFA JOHN F. ENGLISH 


General President General Secretary-Treasurer 



432 




STadium 2-0240 



Free Delivery 



HOME SUPPLY CO. 

HARDWARE • PAINTS 

LINOLEUMS • WALL PAPERS 

PLUMBING SUPPLIES 



366 Washington Street 



Brighton, Mass. 



H. C. VMINWRIGHT % CO. 

Established 1868 

Members 
Boston and New York Stock Exchanges 



INVESTMENT SECURITIES 



60 State Street 
Boston 



54 Franklin Street 
Framingham, Mass. 



120 Broadway 
New York 

Casco Bank Building 
Portland, Maine 



Northshore Shopping Center Amoskeag Bank Building 

Peabody, Mass. Manchester, N. H. 



804 Main Street 
Fitchburg, Mass. 



7 Main Street 
Keene, N. H. 



Hospital Trust Building 
Providence, R. I. 



COURTEOUS • DEPENDABLE 
TAXICAB SERVICE 

BOSTON CAB 




ALVORD PHARMACY, INC. 

CARL H. and JOHN C. ALVORD 
Reg. Pharmacists 

PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 



105 Union Street Newton Centre, Mass. 

Phone BIgelow 4-0760 



KEnmore 6-5010 



RUBY NEWMAN ORCHESTRAS 

400 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE 

BOSTON, MASS. 

Bill Crosby Ruby Newman 



433 



Compliments and Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1962 

• 

from 

DR. AND MRS. HANS G. HERMANS 

WM. J. COX FUNERAL HOME 

* 

JOHN J. GREENE — '31 

Licensed Funeral Director 

# 

431 TRAPELO ROAD BELMONT, MASS. 

IV 4-0133 


Compliments 
of 

EDMANDS COFFEE CO. 

BOSTON 10, 

MASSACHUSETTS 

HA 6-3923 


BEST WISHES 
of 

V. P. ROBERTS & CO. 


THE GRADUATE NURSE 
STUDENT FACULTY ORGANIZATION 

Wish Success 
To All the Members of 
THE CLASS OF 1962 


E. T. RYAN IRON WORKS, INC. 

20 BRAINTREE STREET 
ALLSTON 34, MASS. 

Ornamental Iron Aluminum and Bronze 

E. T. Ryan, Pres. 1910 



434 




"HE CLASS OF 1963 



ME CLASS OF 1964 



THE CLASS OF 1965 



DANIEL MARR & SON CO. 
Steel Erectors 

• 

25-27 D STREET 
SOUTH BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

AN 8-1660 


TALLINO'S 

at 
CHESTNUT HILL 

ROUTE 9 TEL. BE 2-1749 


THE BOSTON COLLEGE 
BARBER SHOP 

Extends Its Best Wishes 

to the 

CLASS OF 1962 


KELLY'S 
PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE 

389 WASHINGTON STREET 

BRIGHTON CENTRE 
ST 2-2912 For Delivery 


ANDREW T. JOHNSON CO. Inc. 

Four Plants 

15 TREMONT PLACE - 103 NEWBURY ST. 

173 MILK ST., BOSTON 

MIDDLESEX TURNPIKE, BURLINGTON 

(At Exit 35 off Route 128) 

♦ 
BRowning 2-3070 

♦ 

Blueprinters — Microfilming — Zerography 
Offset Printing — Miniaturization 

♦ 
Connecting All Plants — Richmond 2-1610 


SERVICE UNIFORM 
COMPANY, Inc. 

1 5 SCHOOL STREET BOSTON, MASS. 
CApitol 7-0670 


Outfitters of Boston College 
R.O.T.C. 


ATTENTION GRADUATING SENIORS: 

See Us for Your Uniform Needs 

and Accessories on 

Going Into Active Service 



436 



PARTIES ARE MORE FUN 
AT 

NANTASKET 


Congratulations and Best Wishes 

for a 

SUCCESSFUL FUTURE 

to the 

CLASS OF 1962 

from the 

GOLD KEY SOCIETY 

"Service and Sacrifice" 


THE BEACONSFIELD HOTEL 

(Five Minutes from College) 

T.V. — Air-Conditioned — Swimming Pool 

Special Student Rates 

1731 BEACON ST. BROOKLINE, MASS. 

AS 7-6800 


DIAMOND UNION STAMP WORKS 

Plaques and Engraving 

♦ 

81 WASHINGTON STREET 
BOSTON, MASS. 


JOHN F. CLUNAN 
New York Life Insurance Co. 

Specializing in Estate Planning and Life Insurance 

Bus.: HUbbard 2-4900 
Res.: NOrmandy 5-3314 

75 FEDERAL STREET BOSTON, MASS. 
16 GLENDOWER RD. MELROSE, MASS. 


CLASS OF 1962 

^ V KAPPY'S LIQUORS, INC. 

^ 461 FELLSWAY 

^y MEDFORD, MASS. 
Cr 
C EX 5-8888 

THOMAS HUBBARD, '62 

District Manager 



437 



ALPHA KAPPA PSI 

'First Professional Business Fraternity at Boston College' 

extends 

CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

to the 

CLASS OF 1962 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '62 . . . 

from the 

DELTA KAPPA CHAPTER 

of the 

Internationa! Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi 



Compliments of 

THE UNIVERSITY CHORALE 

OF 

BOSTON COLLEGE 



438 



Compliments of 



PAUL E. P.BURNS CO., INC. 



316 SUMMER STREET 



BOSTON 10, MASS. 



ACADEMIC CAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS, CHOIR ROBES 

AND ACCESSORIES 

FOR SALE AND RENTAL 



LI 2-1513 



LI 2-1514 



Paul E. P. Burns, '53 




.COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 



\ 



439 



CONGRATULATIONS AND 
BEST WISHES 

TO 

THE CLASS OF 1962 

Lieutenant Governor 

and Mrs. 
Edward F. McLaughlin 


JACK and MARION'S 
RESTAURANT 

AT COOLIDGE CORNER 
BROOKLINE 

* 

Open 8 A.M. till 3 A.M. 


WELLESLEY MOTOR INN 

ROUTE 9 
WELLESLEY, MASS. 

Coffee Shop Meeting Room 
Tel. 235-8555 

* 

John Giarrusso, Pres. & Treas. 


COSTELLO'S PACKAGE STORE 

Edward J. Costello 

IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC 

LIQUORS 

• 

1084 Boylston Street at Massachusetts Avenue 

Back Bay 

Tel. KEnmore 6-7208 


Compliments of 

COCA-COLA 

BOTTLING COMPANY 

OF BOSTON 


"Your Mite is our Might" . . . 

FOREST HILLS 
COOPERATIVE BANK 

3720 WASHINGTON STREET 

at Forest Hills Station 

JAmaica 4-2000 

♦ 

Mortgage Money Available 



440 



David H. Leahy 



John F. Leahy 



BOSTON TEXTILE CO. 

INSTITUTIONAL 
DRY GOODS 



Distributors of 

CANNON SHEETS AND TOWELS 

CHATHAM BLANKETS 

BATES BEDSPREADS 

CHURCH LINENS 

CASSOCK GOODS 



93 Summer Street Boston 10, Mass. 

Telephone Liberty 2-8630 



CONSTRUCTION CO.. INC. 



BUILDERS 



* 



♦ 



MALDEN, MASSACHUSETTS 
Washington, D. C. Miami, Florida 



EDWARD S. QUIRK & COMPANY 

QUALITY TIRES 

QUALITY RECAPS 

QUALITY REPAIRS 

♦ 

Emergency Service . . . 
Nights, Sundays and Holidays 

Telephone: WA 4-8700 
275 ARSENAL WATERTOWN, MASS. 



441 





dNewfon-Waltham Dank 

ana Orust Companu 





s 




PERSONAL 


E 


CHECKING 


LOANS 


R 


ACCOUNTS 


• 


V 


• 


SAVINGS 


1 


EDUCATIONAL 


ACCOUNTS 


N 
G 


LOANS 



Newton Waltham Wayland Weston 
Member F.D.I.C. 



Since 1915 



GREEN BROS,- 
JON ALLEN INC. 

PHOTOGRAPHIC 
SUPPLIES 

Phone: BE 2-7650 



1364 BEACON STREET 
BROOKLINE 46, MASS. 



KEVIN V. BOYLE, '63 

Massachusetts State Chairman 
COLLEGIATE YOUNG DEMOCRATS 



RAMBLER VOLVO 

"Two Fine Economy Cars" 

GENE BROWN MOTORS, INC. 

724 BEACON STREET 
NEWTON CENTRE, MASSACHUSETTS 

Gene Brown DEcatur 2-0800-0801 



442 



Compliments of 



Villaggio Italia 

HAINES FALLS, NEW YORK 




'A Modern Resort, nestling in the Catskill Mountains, 
designed for all year round pleasure" 



JUST MINUTES FROM MT. HUNTER SKI BOWL 



THE OLD VIENNA 
HOFBRAU 

Music by the Famous 

HOFBRAU ORCHESTRA 

• 

SINGING WAITERS 

Specializing in Parties and Banquets 

Showers - Weddings - Anniversaries 

• 

The Home of the B. C. Special 

• 

1314 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE 

ALLSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

John Heifer, Manager 



Liberty 2-5252 



VVlaurice ^jr. ^htoran C^o. 



DRAPERIES 



85 ESSEX STREET 



BOSTON 11, MASS. 



ALLEN STATIONERY CO. 

103 Massachusetts Avenue Boston 

KEnmore 6-1161 

♦ 

"COMPLETE OFFICE EQUIPMENT" 

♦ 

Printing — Typewriters — Adding Machines 
School Supplies 



444 



Congratulations to the Class of 1962 

THE ROD AND GUN CLUB 

of 

BOSTON COLLEGE 

DEDICATED TO GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP AND 
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION 



Compliments of the 

BOSTON COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1962 

BOSTON COLLEGE CAMPUS COUNCIL 

"The Voice of All the Students" 



445 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1962 




THE MAINE CLUB 




THE NEW YORK CLUB 




THE RHODE ISLAND CLUB 







RINGS 

PINS 

MEDALS 


excellent 
design 








CHARMS 
CUPS 


skilled 
craftsmanship 








PLAQUES 
TROPHIES 


superb 
quality 








YOUR CLASS JEWELER 




D 


1 E 


G E S & C L 


U S T 




BOSTON 


17 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK 8, N. Y. 
MANUFACTURING JEWELERS 


PROVIDENCE 



CONGRATULATIONS . . . 

HON. JOHN E. POWERS 

President 
MASSACHUSETTS SENATE 



BEST WISHES . . . 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 
EDWARD J. McCORMACK, JR. 




447 




THE GREEN FROG 
COFFEE HOUSE 

KENMORE SQUARE 

528 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE 

Formerly the Rathskeller 



FOLK SINGING 

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 

TWIST NIGHTS 
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 

JAZZ — Sunday 




STORING^ -Jm^ 'SWPPWB 

Established 1896 

Exclusive Metropolitan Boston Agent: 
AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT COMPANY, INC. 

World-wide Service 

3175 WASHINGTON STREET 
BOSTON 30, MASS. 



HAncock 6-8000 JAmaica 2-3300 

OLympic 3-0400 Pioneer 4-1820 



828-2860 



Bob Dunn, '42 



Dan Dunn, '42 



448 



REPOINTING AND WATERPROOFING 


TERRACE MOTEL APARTMENTS 


LEAKING MASONRY WALLS ABOVE GROUND 


1650 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE 




BRIGHTON 35, MASS. 


• 


LO 6-6260 


CONCRETE RESTORATION 


* 

Convenient to Boston College 


MASONRY RESTORATION 




BUILDING CLEANING 
BIRDPROOFING 








ELSIE'S 




DELICATESSEN 


1A1ESTERN 


Noted for the Best Sandwiches to Eat In 


Waterproofing co., inc. 


and Take Out 
Their Famous Roast Beef Special Sandwich 




KNACKWURST — BRATWURST 


• 


and Potato Salad or Sauerkraut 


BOSTON 18 NEW YORK 17 


• 
ELSIE AND HENRY BAUMANN 


ALBANY 2 


71 A Mt. Auburn Street Cambridge 
Tel. EL. 4-8362 or 491 2842 


CASA BARBI 

THE ARISTOCRAT OF RESTAURANTS 


M*\ 


Italian Cuisine 


pSfy ^r 


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1277 COMMONWEALTH AVE. 
BOSTON 34 — ALLSTON 




Tel. AL 4-9790 


■gjyTFffiJfflf^^Bfc X^Jg£§\ ^^k. 13 


Quality Nursery Stock . . . 


M ; 1 % kf 


Over 300 Acres of 


Jm Vtj, B JffiM Hfe 


Evergreens - Trees - Shrubs - Azaleas 


raHSMl 


Rhododendrons - Perennials 


mm 


•A 
Write or call for Free 90 Page Catalogue 

* 

WESTON NURSERIES INC. 


B9hhHhV^ 


PTypBMP^™™® 


Route 135 Hopkinton, Mass. 


^ 


Tel. CE 5-3431 or ID 5-3414 


— i 



449 



COMPLIMENTS TO THE SUB TURRI 

ON ITS 

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Acknowledgments 



POST OFFICE 
We thank the Post Office staff for their assistance in mailing 
the many pages of the yearbook to Buffalo, N. Y. 



McELROY COMMONS, Fr. Galvin 
Many thanks to Fr. Galvin and all the McElroy 
staff for putting up with late hours and lost keys. 



FACULTY 
A sincere thank you to the faculty members who 
remained patient through many cut classes and 
make-up examinations. 



BJH, YEARBOOK REPRESENTATIVE, Mr. George Geer 
A special gratitude to George for the tireless hours he spent 
with us in planning the book, and for his encouragement and 
advice during trying moments. 



MODERATORS 
It has been our greatest pleasure to work with a man who has given unrelentlessly of 
his time and energy to the many problems confronting the yearbook staffs. To Rev. 
Raymond V. Dunn, S.J., we extend our deepest feeling of gratitude. To the new mod- 
erator, Rev. John MacNamara, S.J., we express our hope for the best of success with 
the 1963 Centennial Edition. 



DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS, Mr. John Larner 
We extend our deepest gratitude to Mr. Larner and his assistants for the many 
photographs that were needed at crucial moments in the publishing of the book. 



SWITCHBOARD STAFF 
We wish to acknowledge all the operators at St. Mary's for 
their patience amidst all the confusion caused on Sub Turri 
calls: Chief Operator, Mrs. Irene Barry; Information Desk, 
Mrs. Mary Glennon; Mrs. Florence lantosca, Mrs. Clara 
Porter, Miss Martha Falck, Mr. Carl Young, Mr. John Con- 
nolly of the staff. 



SPORTS PUBLICITY, Mr. Edward Miller 
We wish to thank Mr. Miller for his patience in 
helping the photography staff at athletic events, 
and for his efforts in the production of the Ath- 
letics Section. 



THE REGISTRARS 
We extend recognition to Mr. John Conway, College 
of Business Administration; Miss Eileen Tosney, Col- 
lege of Arts and Sciences; Miss Elizabeth Strain, School 
of Education; Miss Katherine Crosby, School of Nurs- 
ing; and Miss Katherine Hastings, Evening College; 
and all their staffs for producing class lists which 
helped immensely in the production of the Graduate 
and Index Sections. 



RECEIVING ROOM, Mr. David Melville, Mr. Al Hurley 
We wish to acknowledge the efforts of Mr. Melville, Mr. 
Hurley and the staff for the many loyal services they have 
performed. 



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In Mcmoriam 



J. ROGER SICARD 
College of Arts and Sciences 

ROBERT L O'BRIEN 
Evening College 

MR. JOHN T. O'BRIEN 
Economics Department 

O Lord Jesus Christ, King of glory, deliver the souls of all the faithful departed 
from the pains of hell and from the bottomless pit; deliver them from the lion's mouth, 
that hell swallow them not up, that they fall not into darkness, but let the holy stand- 
ard-bearer Michael bring them into that holy light which You promised of old to 
Abraham and to his seed. We offer You, O Lord, sacrifices and prayers of praise; 
receive them in behalf of those souls we commemorate this day. Grant them, O Lord, 
to pass from death to that life which You promised of old to Abraham and to his seed. 

Offertory prayer from the first Mass on All Souls' Day 



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THE UNIVERSITY 



The Board of Trustees 



Michael P. Walsh, S.J., President 
Thomas Fleming, S.J., Treasurer 
John A. Tobin, S.J., Secretary 
Charles F. Donovan, S.J. 
John V. Driscoll, S.J. 



Alexander G. Duncan, S.J. 
W. Seavey Joyce, S.J. 
John A. McCarthy, S.J. 
John C. O'Connell, S.J. 
Joseph R. Walsh, SJ. 



The corporate title of Boston College is 
THE TRUSTEES OF BOSTON COLLEGE 



Directors of University Services 



WALTER G. BOUDREAU, B.S. 

Executive Secretary of the Alumni Association 

REV. DAVID F. CARROLL, SJ. 
Director of Resident Students 

THOMAS J. CUDMORE, M.S.S.W. 
Director of Development 

GEORGE P. DONALDSON, M.B.A. 

Director of Vocational Guidance and Placement 

WILLIAM J. FLYNN, M.Ed. 

Director of Varsity and Intramural Athletics 

WESTON M. JENKS, JR., A.M., M.Ed. 
Foreign Student Advisor 

JOHN J. LARNER, B.S. 

Director of Public Relations 



RICHARD J. LEONARD, B.S.B.A., C.P.A. 

Coordinator of Fiscal Program and Auditor 

FRANCIS E. MURPHY, M.S. 

Director of Audio-Visual Services 

REV. JOHN E. MURPHY, SJ. 
Business Manager 

THOMAS O'C. MURRAY, B.S.B.A. 
Director of Alumni Relations 

REV. JOSEPH L. SHEA, SJ. 

Faculty Moderator of Athletics 

REV. FRANCIS V. SULLIVAN, SJ. 

Moderator of the Alumni Association 

JOHN J. WALSH, Ph.D. 

Director of University Testing Services 



LEO E. WESNER, A.B. 

Director of Alumni Fund 



Historical Statement 



"Boston College, one of the twenty-nine Jesuit 
institutions of higher learning in the United States, 
had its beginning in the days of the Civil War. In 
1857, Father John McElroy, S.J., the superior of 
old St. Mary's in the north end of Boston, purchased 
the property and began the erection of the build- 
ings which were to house the college, on Harrison 
Avenue. By an act of the Massacfusetts L$Jppi|ure 
in 1 863 the college was formally H incorpor^fed|^s a 
university, and on September 5, 1864, the -l doofS of 
the college were first opened to students! It&Tfirst 
president was Father John Bapst, S.J., whs- 
sufferings for the faith in Maine had made him a 
famous figure in New England history. 

After a half century of existence in that location, 
the college was tranferred in 1913 to its present 
site, at University Heights. Thomas I. Sasson, S.J., 



was the courageous and farsighted president who 
planned and carried out this change. Boston Col- 
lege is located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, 
between Commonwealth Avenue and Beacon 
Street, on the border line of Newton and Boston. 
The 200 acre campus over looks the Chestnut Hill 
Reservoir. On this spacious campus are located ap- 
proximately thirty modern buildings housing the Col- 
lege of Arts and Sciences, College of Business Ad- 
ministration, School of Education, School of Nursing 
the Law School, Evening College of Arts and Sci- 
ences and Business Administration, Graduate 
School of Arts and Sciences, Graduate School 
of Business Administration, libraries, laboratories, 
men's dormitories, R.O.T.C., athletic facilities, 
stadium* playing fields, gymnasium, and indoor 
skating rink." 



For Boston 

For Boston, For Boston, 

We sing our proud refrain! 
For Boston, For Boston, 

Tis wisdom's earthly fane 
For here men are men 

And their hearts are true, 
And the towers on the Heights 

Reach to heaven's own blue. 
For Boston, For Boston, 

Till the echoes ring again! 



Hail! Alma Mater! 

Hail! Alma Mater! Thy praise we sing. 
Fondly they mem'ries round our heart still cling. 
Guide of our youth, thro' thee we shall prevail! 
Hail! Alma Mater! Hail! All Hail! 
Hail! Alma Mater! Lo, on the height, 
Proudly thy tow'rs are raised for the Right 
God is thy Master, His law thy sole avail! 
Hail! Alma Mater! Hail! All Hail! 

Words and Music by T. J. Hurley, '85 




For Boston, For Boston, 

Thy glory is our own! 

For Boston, For Boston, 

'Tis here that truth is known, 
And ever with the Right 

Shall thy sons/be found, 
jTitf time sfell'bp no more 
I \ And thy w^rjys crowned, 
r70i , s,Bostprt,ifor Boston, 



Words and Wusic by t. J. Hurley, '85 



Colore MAROON AND GOLD 
JMascot: MARGO 3 



n W i e im »fner» EACLES ,, - , - .„ — „ , ;, - /v .- 




As to the Form 



After going through the book and experienc- 
ing the various recollections and emotions it con- 
tains, you will probably give some thought to the 
form in which they are presented. Since the form 
of any yearbook contributes directly to these recol- 
lections, we feel it is our task to explain at least 
some of the principles which governed us in the 
production of this volume. Undoubtedly, to many 
of you the format may come as an extreme surprise. 
It is to these that we present an explanation of our 
attempt to convey through art and layout the 
theme of our growth toward maturity. 

Whatever may be said about our use of different 
types or non-symmetry in layout, we feel that these 
stay within the scope of continuity, and effectively 
achieve an overall balance. We have attempted 
to follow the "stylistic trend", which, totally sym- 
bolic, tries to capture the essence of the ideas 
conveyed. In the main dividers for instance, we 
have taken one line each time from the opening 
theme and symbolically added its meaning to the 
previous ones. 





However, the most controversial subject of con- 
versation will probably be the cover. The bold sim- 
plicity of modem lettering subjugated to the 
austerity of our tower represents not only age-old 
tradition over the contemporary, but also the hier- 
archy of minds. It is this play of lines symbolic of 
our campus architecture, the authority of knowl- 
edge, and our fifty years "under the tower", that 
brought the design about. 

If colour then should be subject to symbolism 
such as music is to the words in a song, let the 
colours of tradition mingle with those of today, and 
let them be just as pleasing to the eye as music is 
to the words of thought. Why should we hide be- 
hind false concepts of tradition when we have but 
reached the edge of maturity? 




Jan Hermans 

Art & Layout Editor 



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The 1962 
Golden Anniversary Sub Turri Staff 



Editor-in-Chief, MARIO A. Dl BELARDINO, CBA '62 

Business Manager, JOHN F. MULLEN, CBA '62 
Faculty Moderator, REV. JOHN P. McNAMARA, SJ. 



ASSOCIATE EDITOR 

Francesco Scaduto, CBA '62 

ART AND LAYOUT EDITOR 
Jan Hermans, A&S '62 

MANAGING EDITOR 

Gerry Phillips, A&S '62 

GRADUATE EDITORS 

Edward Connelly, A&S '62 
Robert Minasian, A&S '62 

ASSISTANT GRADUATE EDITOR 
Louise Meehan, Ed. '63 

COPY EDITOR 

Francis Zolli, A&S '62 

ASSISTANT COPY EDITOR 
Robert Del Priore, A&S '62 

FACULTY EDITOR 

Marilyn Warren, Ed. '63 

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 
Charles Curto, A&S '64 

ORGANIZATIONS EDITORS 
Patricia Stabile, Ed. '62 
Bernard Gately, A&S '62 

ATHLETICS EDITORS 

Gerard McKenna, A&S '62 
James O'Connor, CBA '62 

LIFE EDITOR 

Joan Buckley, Ed. '63 

INDEX EDITOR 

Edmund Gyllenhammer, Ed. '62 

SPECIAL SECTION EDITOR 
Thomas Wolelc, CBA '62 

SENIOR SALES MANAGER 

Fred J. Harrigan, Jr., CBA '62 



James Barrett, A&S '64 
James Hartnett, A&S '65 



ADVERTISING MANAGER 
A. Michael Hanna, A&S '63 

PATRONS MANAGER 
Joyce Francis, Ed. '62 

PUBLICITY MANAGER 

Raymond J. Mitchell, A&S '63 

JUNIOR SALES, MANAGER 
James F. Corby, CBA '63 

SOPHOMORE SALES MANAGER 
Dan J. Tannacito, CBA '64 

FRESHMAN SALES MANAGER 
Eugene J. Donahue, CBA '65 

SOCIAL CHAIRMAN 
Paul LeFort, A&S '62 

ADVERTISING STAFF 

Eugene Clifford, A&S '63 
Larry Nannery, A&S '63 

ART STAFF 

Joyce Siwinski, BN '65 
Charlotte Kimball, BN '62 

FACULTY STAFF 

Mike Kelly, Ed. '63 
Joan Manning, Ed. '63 
Lee Sotera, Ed. '63 
Mary Ann Sposini, Ed. '63 

LIFE STAFF 

Elaine Demeo, Ed. '63 
Frank Gentry, Ed. '63 
James McGahey, Ed. '63 
Gerry Rizzo, Ed. '63 

GRADUATES STAFF 

Jean-Marie Egan, BN '62 
Ruth Harzbecker, Eve. '62 
Eileen McCook, BN '62 
Virginia O'Connell, Eve. '62 

PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF 

Victor Campbell, A&S '63 
Gerry Sheehan, A&S '64 
Pat DeCaprario, A&S '64 



ORGANIZATIONS STAFF 
Brian Brennan, CBA '63 
Carol Grzyb, Ed. '63 
Mike Hanna, A&S '63 
Thomas Jackson, A&S '63 
Roberta Shanks, Ed. '63 

SPECIAL SECTION STAFF 
John Houlihan, CBA '62 

ATHLETICS STAFF 

Frank Faggiano, A&S '62 
Peter McKay, A&S '63 
Mark Mulvoy, A&S '62 
John Savage, A&S '62 

INDEX STAFF 

Ed Connelly, A&S '62 
Robert Del Priore, A&S '62 

LAYOUT STAFF 

Richard Cullen, A&S '65 
Bill Mathews, A&S '63 
Roberta Shanks, Ed. '63 

EDITORIAL SECRETARIES 
Carol Grzyb, Ed. '63 
Roberta Shanks, Ed. '63 

SECRETARIES 

Aldonna Abizaid, Ed. '65 
Joan Alcarez, Ed. '64 
Mary Doherty, Ed. '63 
Nancy Flaherty, Ed. '63 
Bonnie Heinrich, Ed. '64 
Cathy Mazza, GN '62 
Mary Jane Natoli, Ed. '65 
Janet Ouag en +ii Ed. '63 
Mary Raimo, Ed. '63 
Lee Sotera, Ed. '63 
Mary Ann Sposini, Ed. '63 



Ray Coyle, CBA '65 
Howie Aylward, A&S '64 



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College of Arts and Sciences 



ABBOTT, LAWRENCE W. 

40 Mallet St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Hist. Society 3, 4; Ricci Math Acad. 2, 3, 4; 
Intramurals I, 2, 3; Economics Acad. 4. pp. 87, 
98, 283, 314. 

ACCETTA, FRANCIS J. 

262 Walnut St., North Adams, Mass. 
pp. 13, 98, 314. 

AMOROSO, JOHN J. 

36 Bowen Ave., Medford, Mass. EX 5-1940 
Cross & Crown 4; World Rel. League 4; ADA 
4; Dean's List. pp. 93, 131, 273, 314. 

ANDRUCHOW, WILLIAM JR. 

27 Harold St., Somerville, Mass. MO 6-4519 
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Chem. Club I, 

2, 3, 4. pp. 84, 314. 

ANNUNZIATA, MICHAEL S. 

369 Hanover St., Boston, Mass. LA 3-0259 
Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Italian Acad. 3, 4; 
Sect. Rep. I; Dean's List. p. 314. 

ARMINIO, VINCENT V. 

12 Washington Ave. Natick, Mass. 

Lewis Drill Team I, World Rel. League 4; Dean's 

List. pp. 273, 314. 

ARNOLD, PRESTON T. 

507 Union Ave. Laconia, N.H. LA 4-23 10 
Ricci Math Club I, 3; Hist. Society 3; Russian 
Acad. 2; Vice-Pres. 2; Cadet Officers' Club 3, 
4; Dean's List. pp. 151, 153, 154, 314. 

ARRINGTON, RONALD H. JR. 

19 Highland St. Boston Mass. PI 5-1759 
Dean's List. pp. 134, 314. 

ATKINSON, PAUL F. 

56 Bennington St. Newton, Mass. DE 2-1225 
Glee Club I. 2, 3, 4; Sec'y 3, Vice-Pres. 4. 
pp. 78, 314. 

BAKER, WILLIAM L. 

23 Shoemaker Rd. Lynn, Mass. 

p. 3 15. 

BARRY, NORMAN J. JR. 

77 Hunnewell Ave. Brighton, Mass. AL4-5890 
Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Gold Key 3, 4, Key- 
holder 4; Rod & Gun 3; Sodality I; Orienta- 
tion 4; BI.0I. Plunkett 3. p. 3 I 5. 

BARRY, STEPHEN P. 

40 Richwood St. W. Roxbury, Mass. FA 5-6433 
Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Heightsmen; Hist. Society 

3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 2; 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; ADA 4; Junior Show 3. 
pp. 78, 98, 283, 315. 

BECHERER, RICHARD J. 

II Under Terr. Newton, Mass. DE 2-3385 

Track I, 2, 3; Radio Club I, 2; Physics Club I, 
2, 3; Sigmo Pi Sigma, pp. 134, 315. 

BERCURY, SHAUN D. 

116 Algonquin Rd. Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
p. 315. 

BERTONE, ROBERT E. 

108 King St. Franklin, Mass. 528-0651 

Band I, 2, 3, 4; Mendel Club I, 2, 3. p. 315. 

BISHOP, RALPH M. 

164 Salem St. Woburn, Mass. WE 3-5014 
Chem. Club 2; Mendel Club 2, 3, 4; Heights 
I; Band 2, 3; R. I. Club 4; Dean's List. pp. 89, 
315. 

BLANCHARD, DAVID J. 

9 John St. Norwich, Conn. TU 7-0725 

WVBC I, 2, 3, 4, Chief Engineer 2, 3, 4; Band 

I, 2, 3, 4; WIPR I, 2. pp. 91, 315. 

BLANEY, KEVIN B. 

1906 Sherman Dr. UTica, N.Y. RE2-II70 

N.Y. Club I, 2; Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4; 

Rifle Team I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 151, 157, 285, 315. 



BOLAND, JOHN V. 

79 Sidney St. Dorchester, Mass. AV 8-7994 

BONCORE, ANGELO C. 

22 Highland St. Revere, Mass. AT 9-2007 

Band I, 2, 3; Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4. p. 316. 

BOND, RICHARD B. 

184 Wren St. W. Roxbury, Mass. FA 5-6737 
Ricci Math Acad. 3, 4; Heights 3; Economic 
Acad. 2, 3, 4. Vice-Pres. 4. p. 316. 

BOWEN, PAUL E. 

108 Wilmington Ave. Dorchester, Mass. CY 8- 

0853 

Hist. Society I, 2, 3, 4 : Gold Key I, 2; Young 

Dem. 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. p. 316. 

BRADLEY, JAMES J. 

32 Richmond Rd. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-5056 
Mendel Club. p. 316. 

BRAGA, JOSEPH L. 

253 Itasca St. Mattapan, Mass. CY 6-1449 
Band I, 2, 3, 4; Hockey I; World Rel. League 
I, 2; Young Dem. 3; Psych. Club 2; Mendel 
Club I. p. 316. 

BREEN, JOHN J. 

3 Shenandoah St. Dorchester, Mass. AV 2-0591 
Physics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Germ. Acad. I. 2; Ricci 
Club 3, 4. pp. 99, 316. 

BROOKS, WALTER E. 

144 Waltham St. W. Newton, Mass. DE 2-3967 
Omicron Chi Epsilon; Economics Acad. 3, 4; 
Dean's List, p 316. 

BROWN, ALVIN S. Ill 

22 Squam Rd. Rockport, Mass. Kl 6-3094 
p. 316. 

BRUNO, JOHN E. 

42 Park Place Branford Conn. HU 8-0366 
Student Senate I, 2, Vice-Pres. I, 2; Intramurals 
I, 2, 3, 4; R. I. Club 3, 4; Conn. Club I, 2; 
Bellarmine Law & Gov't. Acad.; Prom Commit- 
tee 2; Commencement Ball Committee; Sect. 
Rep. 3. pp. 96, 316. 

BUCKLEY, DANIEL J. 

3 Hamlet St. Dorchester 25, Mass. TA 5-4982 
Lewis Drill Team I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2, 
3, 4; Cadet Office*,' Club 3, 4; Hist. Society 
4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 2. pp. 153, 154, 
157, 317. 

BUCKLEY, DAVID J. 

5 Rupert St. Springfield, Mass. RE 2-9577 
Economics Acad. 4; Ricci Math Club I, 2, 3, 

4; W. Mass. Club; Rod & Gun 3, 4; Intra- 
murals I, 2, 3, 4. p. 3-17. 

BURKHOLDER, THOMAS E. 

38 Pilsudski Way S. Boston, Mass. AN 9-0314 
p. 317. 

BURNS, STEPHEN P. JR. 

47 Chapman St. Watertown, Mass. 

Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; 

Dean's List. p. 3 I 7. 

BYTHEWOOD, DANIEL H. 

108 Marshall St. Watertown, Mass. WA 4-0333 
p. 317. 

CACCIOLA, JOSEPH A. 

95 Dale St. Roxbury, Mass 

Italian Acad. 3; World Rel. League 3; Dean's 

List. p. 317. 

CACKOWSKI, GORDON S. 

40 NorthSt. Stamford, Conn. DA 3-3773 

Ricci Math Acad. I, 2, 3, 4; Young Rep. Club 
4; Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 99, 
134, 154; 317. 

CAHILL, WILLIAM F. JR. 

25 July St. Lowell, Mass. GL 2-2068 

Intramurals I; Chem. Club I, 2, ,3 4; Dean's 

List. p. 317. 



CALLAHAN, LAWRENCE D. 

301 Park St. W. Roxbury, Mass. FA 3-7312 
Rifle Club I; Germ. Acad. I, 2; Physics Club 
I, 2, 3. p. 317. 

CALLAHAN, ROBERT T. 

20 Kendall St. Winchester, Mass. PA 9-6620 
Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3, 4; Hist.' Society 
4. p. 318. 

CANNIFFE, JOHN M. 

54 Beach St. Marblehead, Mass. 
p. 318. 

CANNING, ROBERT C. 

88 Paul Gore St. Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
p. 318 

CAPALBO, ROBERT F. 

20 Maple Dr. Old Greenwich, Conn. Neptune 

7-9623 

Bellarmine Law & Gov't. I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; 

Young Rep. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Heights 

2; Humanities 4; Dean's List. pp. 93, 96, 318. 

CAPOZZI, E. ROBERT 

125 Pearsall PI. Bridgeport, Conn. Edison 5-7081 
Economics Acad. 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 85, 
87, 318. 

CAPPELLO, ROBERT A. 

432 Mystic St. Arlington, Mass. 
Psych. Club 4; Sect. Rep. 4; Cheerleader I, 2; 
Intramurals 2; Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Show. p. 318. 

CAREY, ROGER M. 

86 Lynnway Revere, Mass. AT 9-2 I 80 
Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3, 4. p. 3 I 8. 

CAREY, THOMAS J. JR. 

1131 Main St. Hingham. Mass. R I 9-0979 
Chess Club I; Hist. Society I, 4; Bellarmine 
Law & Gov't. 4. p. 318. 

CARR, THOMAS P. 

78 Aldie St. Allston, Mass. 

Hist. Society 4; Dean's List. p. 318. 

CARROLL, CHARLES J. 

18 Sudan St. Dorchester, Mass. TA 5-2242 

Bl. Ol. Plunkett 4; Young Democrats 4. p. 319. 

CELI, JOHN C. 

10 Breck St. Milton, Mass. 

Glee Club 3; Psych. Club 4; Intramurals I, 2, 
3; Junior Show 3; Orientation 4; Dean's List, 
p. 319. 

CHILLEMI, JOSEPH A. 

43 Ridge Rd. Hamden. Conn. CH 8-5677 
Conn. Club I; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3, 4; 
Student Senate, Pres. I. pp. 96, 319. 

CHOATE, ALLEN C. 

273 Cross St. Maiden, Mass. DA 4-2560 
Honors Program I, 2, 3, 4; ADA 3, 4; Young 
Dem. 3, 4; Hist. Society 3; World Rel. League 
4; Cross & Crown 4; Dean's List. pp. 131, 319. 

CINELLA, THOMAS F. 

176 Main St. Lee, Mass. Lee 650 

Cross & Crown; Italian Acad. I, 2, 3, 4; Dorm 

Council I, 2; Dean's List. pp. 97, 99, 131, 285, 

319. 

CLINTON, THOMAS E. 

18 Estes St. Lynn, Mass. LY 2-7204 

Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 2, 3, 4; Hist. Society 

4; World Rel. League 3. p. 319. 

COLEMAN, WILLIAM A. JR. 

450 Pelham Rd. New Rochelle, N.Y. 
pp. 144, 319. 

COLLETTA, CARMINE 

186 Belmont St. Maiden, Mass. 
p. 319. 



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COLLINS, RICHARD X. 

103 Bartlett St. Somerville, Mass. 625-2625 
Economics Acad. 3, 4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 
3, 4; Ricci Math Acad. I, 2, 3, 4; Psych. Club 
3; Germ. Acad. I. p. 319. 

COLLINS, ROBERT F. 

6 Brewster Rd. Milton, Mass. OX 8-2266 

Hist. Society I, 2, 3, Pres. 4; ADA 4; Dean's 

List. pp. 98, 320. 

COLUCCI, RICHARD G. 

151 Rockaway Ave. Garden City, N.Y. 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Track I, 2, 3; Dorm Council I. pp. 89, 144, 320. 

COMEAU, PAUL N. 

12 Nonantum St. Brighton, Mass. AL 4-8698 
Sodality I; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4. 
pp. 21 I, 320. 

COMIZZOLI, ROBERT B. 

721 10th St. Union City, N.J. UN 6-2035 
Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4, Pres. 4; Sect. Rep. I, 3, 
4; Sub Turri 4; Scholar of the College; Honors 
Program I, 2, 3, 4; Germ. Acad. I; Orientation 
2; Physics Club I, 2; Deon's List. pp. 133, 320. 

CONDON, CHARLES F. JR. 

271 Belmont St. Wollaston, Mass. GR 2-2712 
Psych. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Sect. Rep. I. p. 320 

CONDON, DENNIS M. 

137 W. Adams St. Somerville, Mass. PR 6-7898 
Pysch. Club 4; Semper Fidelis 3, 4; Intramurals 

1, 2; Dean's List. pp. 98, 320. 

CONNAUGHTON, ROBERT T. 

43 Hastings St. Lowell, Mass. 
p. 320. 

CONNELLY, EDWARD R. 

303 E. 37th St. New York 16, N.Y. MU 4-0069 
Sub Turri Senior Editor 4; Economics Acad. I, 

2, 3, 4; Young Rep. 3, 4; Ricci Math Club I, 
4; N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Orientation 4. pp. I 15- 
16, 144, 153-4, 157, 320. 

CONNELLY, GILBERT P. 

82 Cabot St. Milton, Mass. OX 2-6543 
Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 320. 

COOGAN, JAMES J. 

12 Broadway N. Attleboro, Mass. MY 9-8350 
Bellarmine Law & Gov't., Treas. 3, Pres. 4; 
Pub. Affairs Forum; WVBC; Sect. Rep. 3, 4; 
Dorm Council; Intramurals; R. I. Club; Dean's 
List. pp. 76, 96, 274, 321. 

COOTS, DONALD E. 

15 Winthrop St. Brockton, Mass. JU 7-6326 
Intramurals I, 2, 3; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 4; 
Hist. Society 3, 4. pp. 98, 321. 

CORAZZINI, ARTHUR J. 

56 Cypress St. Watertown, Mass. WA 4-7344 
Economics Acad. 2, 3, 4. Pres. 4; Omicron Chi 
Epsilon 4; ADA 3, 4; Sect. Rep. 3; Pub Affairs 
Forum 4; Senior Week Committee 4; Dean's 
List. pp. 85, 321. 

CORCORAN, PAUL M. 

941 West Boulevard Hartford, Conn. 
pp. 85, 321. 

COTTER, JOHN P. 

102 Morrison Ave. Somerville 44, Mass. 
Economics Acad. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Section Rep. 
4; Gold Key 2, 3, 4, Key Holder 4; Bl. Ol. 
Plunkett I, 2; Junior Show 3; Commencement 
Committee 3. pp. 85, 321. 

COUGHLIN, BASIL J. JR. 

I I Edgewood Circle Quincy, Mass. 
p. 321. 

COYLE, FRANCIS I. 

56 Lakeview Rd. Foxboro, Mass. Kl 3-5857 
Ricci Math Acad. 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2; 
Pysch. Club 4. p. 321. 

CRAIG, JOSEPH J. JR. 

1133 Main St. Waltham, Mass. TW 3-3717 
Mendel Club I, 2; Economics Acad. 3, 4; Omi- 
cron Chi Epsilon 3, 4, Vice-Pres.; Section Rep. 
2; Dean's List. p. 321. 



CREONTE, WILLIAM J. 

51 Forest St. Watertown, Mass. WA 4-5499 
Section Rep. 3; Mendel Club 3, 4. p. 321. 

CRONIN, WILLIAM E 

II5A Third St. Medford, Mass. EX 6-0185 
Dean's List. p. 322. 

CURTIN, JOHN E. 

247 Slade St. Belmont, Mass. 
pp. 96, 322. 

CUSHING, JOSEPH F. JR. 

96 Summer St. Weymouth, Mass. ED 5-0712 
Psych. Club 4; Ricci Math Acad. 4; Junior 
Show 3; Lewis Drill Team I, 2. p. 322. 

DACEY, JAMES C. JR. 

27 Audubon Rd. Milton, Mass. OX 8-9815 
Psych, Club 3, 4; Ricci Math Acad. 3, 4. pp. 99, 
322. 

DALEY, L. PAUL 

83 Bay State Ave. Somerville, Mass. 625-8688. 
Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3; 
Young Republicans 2, 3; Heights I. p. 322. 

DALLAMORA, EUGENE L. 

14 Russin Ave. Framingham, Mass. 

DALTON, THOMAS F. 

15 Summer St. Weymouth, Mass. 
p. 322. 

DALY, LAWRENCE A. 

45 Apple Tree Lane Weymouth, Mass. ED 7- 

9445 

Chem. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Section Rep. I. p. 322. 

DEL PRIORE, ROBERT P. 

70 Van Guilder Ave. New Rochelle, N.Y. NE6- 

5479 

N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 4; Sub Tiirri 

Copy Editor 4; Dean's List. pp. 114, 144, 274, 

322. 

DEMERS, ROBERT A. 

14 Danforth St. Taunton, Mass. VA4-84I5 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Rod & Gun 3, 4; Ricci 
Math Acad. 3, 4. pp. 253, 281, 285, 322. 

DEMPSEY, TIMOTHY F. JR. 

18 Ellsworth Terr. Lynn, Mass. LY 2-3747 
Economics Acad. 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 85, 323. 

DePRISCO, ROBERT A. 

52 Wardwell Ave. Lynn, Mass. 
Ricci Math Acad. 3, 4. p. 323 

DERRY, PETER E. 

186 Caleb St. Portland, Maine SP 5-0737 
Maine Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; Bellarmine Law 

6 Gov't. 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 4; Dramatic Society I ; 
Student Senate Sec'y. 4. pp. 96, 118, 277, 323. 

DEVIN, PAUL R. 

35 Brookvale St. Dorchester, Mass. 

Hist. Society 4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3, 4; 

Intramurals 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 323. 

DEWAR, D. RICHARD 

99 North St. Stoneham, Mass. 438-0969 
Gold Key I, 2; Intramurals I, 2, 3. p. 323. 

DiGIAMBATTISTA, JOHN D. 

222 North State St. Concord, N.H. CA 5-6898 
Football I, 2; Bellarmine & Gov't. 3, 4; Italian 
Acad. 4; Dean's List. pp. 96, 323. 

Dl MARINO, MICHAEL J. 

I I I Larkin St. Revere, Mass. AT 4-7588 

Sect. Rep.; Junior Show 3; Physics Club; Dean's 

List. p. 323. 

DIONNE, RICHARD J. 

28 Elm Hill Ave. Leominster, Mass. 
p. I 10. 

DIVVER, ALBERT J. JR. 

7 Westmoreland St. Dorchester, Mass. 

DOHERTY, GEORGE M. 

5 Tilman St. Dorchester, Mass. AV 8-9753 
Chem.. Club 3, Pres. 4; Cosmos Editor 4;"Young 
Rep. 3, 4; Sodality I, 2; Honors Program I, 2, 
3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 134, 323. 



DOHERTY, RICHARD W. 

54 Pleasant St. Hyde Park, Mass. EM 1-6547 
Ricci Math Acad. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, 4; 
Psych. Club 4; Lewis Drill Team 2; Intramurals 
I; Dean's List. pp. 99, 108, 154, 323. 

DOHERTY, WILLIAM J. 

195 Porter St. Stoughton, Mass. Fl 4-9473 
Glee Club 3, 4; World Rel. League 3; Intra- 
murals I, 2, 3, 4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3. 
pp. 78, 85, 324. 

DOIRON, RICHARD O. 

7 Nason St. Sanford, Maine 1209-Vv 
Psych, Club 3, 4. pp. 95, 324. 

DONOVAN, JOHN F. JR. 

4 Spafford Rd. Milton, Mass. 296-4215 
Economics Acad. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Hist. Society 4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 4; 
Dean's List. p. 324. 

DONOVAN, J. GARRY 

553 Lakeview Rd. Copake, N.Y. 

Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Section Rep. I, 2. p. 324. 

DONOVAN, JOHN J. 

14 Highfield Terr. Roslindale, Mass. FA 5-0275 
Psych. Club I; Economics Acad. I; Intramurals 
I, 2; Sodality I. p. 324. 

DOUCETTE, GREGORY J. 

72 Fayette St. Lynn, Mass. LY 5-6922 
Economics Acad. 3, 4. pp. 85, 324. 

DOUKAS, JON A. 

I 17 Walker St. Falmouth, Mass. 

English Acad. 3, 4; Dramatic Society 4; Junior 

Show; Young Republicans 4. p. 324. 

DOWNEY, WILLIAM G. 

80 Huntington Rd. Milton, Mass. 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Young Rep. 2, 3, Pres. 2, 
Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Hist. Society I; Bellarmine Law 
& Gov't. 4; Dean's List. pp. 93, 324. 

DOYLE, ROBERT P. 

72 Johnswood Rd. Roslindale, Mass. FA 3-4042 
Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. 

DRAGON, ROBERT E. 

43 Mt. Washington St. Lowell, Mass. Gl 3-1620 
Intramurals I, 2, 3; Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Section Rep. 4; Dean's List. pp. 89, 275, 324. 

DUDDY, CHARLES J. JR. 

55 Chester Ave. Waltham, Mass. TW 4-0066 
Sigma Pi Sigma 4; Physics Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List. p. 325. 

DUFFEY, PAUL K. JR. 

518 Foss Ave. Drexel Hill, Penn. 

Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 

3, 4; Psych. Club 3; Section Rep. I. pp. 275, 

325. 

DUNKEL, GREGORY M. 

851 Northern Parkway Uniondale, N.Y. 
p. 107. 

DYER, RONALD C. 

18 Green Hill Rd. Hamden, Conn. CH 8-0705 
Football I, 2, 3: Toastmaster's Circle 3, 4; 
Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4; Economics Acad. I, 2, 3, 
4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 4; Intramurals I, 2, 
3, 4; Spanish Acad. 2, 3, 4; YAF. pp. 96, 139, 
144, 325. 

EGAN, JOSEPH M. 

Goose Point Box 437, Duxbury, Mass. WE 4-5101 
Gold Key 2, 3, 4; ADA 4. p. 325. 

FAGGIANO, FRANK A. 

401 Mammoth Rd. Manchester, N.H. NA 3-0375 
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Dorm Council 3; 
Sect. Rep. 4; Sub Turri 4; Dean's List. pp. 202-3, 
291, 325. 

FARDY, SAMUEL L. JR. 

29 Pine Knoll Rd. Lexington, Mass. 

Intramurals I; Band I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4. 

pp. 157, 325. 

FARRINGTON, MICHAEL F. 

112 Dyer Ave. Milton, Mass. OX 6-2 1 13 

Gold Key, Key Holder; Senior Week 4. p. 325. 



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FEENEY, PETER K. 

314 Elmwood Ave. Wollaston, Mass. PR 3-2722 
Economics Acod. 3; World Rel. League 3; 
Psych. Club 3; Band I, 2, 3; Sodality I, 2, 3, 
4. p. 325. 

FEINS, IRVIN R. 

96 Walnut Ave. Revere, Mass. AT 9-1403 
Chem. Society I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 325. 

FITZGERALD, DAVID M. 
20 Conrad St. Quincy, Mass. 
p. 326. 

FITZPATRICK, BRIAN J. 

6321 Haring St. Rego Parle, N.Y. TW 8-9273 
Section Rep. I; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Economics 
Acad. 3, 4; Intramurals I. p. 326. 

FITZPATRICK, JAMES E. JR. 
20 93rd St. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
N.Y. Club. p. 326. 

FLEMING, JOHN F. JR. 

35 Sagamore Ave. W. Medford, Moss. HO 8- 

2178 

Mendel Club I, 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Bellormine 

Law & Gov't. 3. p. 326. 

FOLEY, JOSEPH P. 

13 Franklin St. Woburn, Mass. 

pp. 134, 326. 

FONTAINE, DONALD V. 

549 Cumberland Ave. Portland, Maine SP 3- 

0061 

Maine Club I, 2; Intramural Basketball; Junior 

Year Abroad 3; University Planning Committee 

4; Dean's List. p. 326. 

FOURNIER, JOHN H. 

64 Bigelow St. Lawrence, Mass. M U 6-6753 
Young Republicans 3, 4; Bellarmine Law & 
Gov't. 3, 4. pp. 93, 326. 

FRECCERO, ROBERT R. 

20 Harvard St. Brockton, Mass. JU 6-7022 
Chem. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 4; Section Rep. 
2, 3; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 84, 326. 

FREEL, MICHAEL J. 

121 Orange St. Clinton, Mass. EM 5-5746 
Economics Acad. 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 3, 4; 
Senior Week Committee 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 
p. 326. 

FREEMAN, PETER J. H. 

22 Sharp St. Haverstraw, N.Y. 

FULGINITI, GEORGE J. 

10 Hersey St. Somerville, Mass. 
p. 327. 

FULLUM, JOSEPH F. 

16 Gibbon Ave. Milford, Mass. 
p. 327. 

GABLER, CHARLES L. 

509 Chestnut St. Roselle, N.J. CH 5-6944 
Heights 3, 4; ADA 4; Young Democrats 2, 3; 
Dorm Council 2, 3. p. 327. 

GALLAGHER, JOHN J. JR. 

337 Great Plain Ave. Needham, Mass. HI 9- 

0228 

Intramurals 3, 4. p. 327. 

GALLAGHER, WILLIAM J. 

75 Jamaica St. Jamaica Plain, Mass. JA2-06I5 
WIPR I ; Young Democrats 4. p. 327. 

GARRITY, JOHN K. 

199 South St. Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
p. 327. 

GATELY, BERNARD F. JR. 

35 Paul Gore St. Jamaica Plain, Mass. JA 2- 
0356 

Gold Key I, 2; Lewis Drill Team 1 , 2, 3, 4, Ex. 
Officer 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 3; Cadet Officers' 
Club 3, 4; Young Democrats 4; Sub Turri Ac- 
tivities Editor 4. pp. I 14, I 16, 150, 327. 

GILLIGAN, RONALD F. 

35 Circuit Rd. New Rochelle, N.Y. 

N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 3, 4; 

Rod & Gun 4; Economics Acad. 2, 3, 4. pp. 85, 

327. 



GNAZZO, KENNETH W. 

250 West Main St. Plainville, Conn. 
Conn. Club I, 2; R. I. Club 4; Bellarmine Law 
& Gov't. 3, 4; Young Republicans 3; Junior 
Show 3; Pub. Speaking Club I; Hist. Society 
4. pp. 96, 327. 

GORMAN, CHARLES E. 

47 Harvard St. Newtonville, Mass. LA 7-5835 
Young Republicans 4. p. 328. 

GORMLEY, GEORGE F. JR. 

24 Cambria St. Somerville, Mass. 766-6456 
Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4; Hist. Society 3, 4; 
Intramurals 2, 3; Gold Key I, 2; Ricci Math 
Club 3, 4; Economics Acad. 2, 3, 4. pp. 85, 
98, 328. 

GRANT, JOHN F. 

Islip & Glenmore Ave. Central Islip, N.Y. 
Student Senate, Vice-Pres. I, Pres. 2; Young 
Republicans 2, 3, 4. p. 328. 

GREECHIE, RICHARD J. 

79 Saxton St. Dorchester, Mass. CO 5-5539 
Ricci Math Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4; Psych 
Club 4. pp. 99, 328. 

GREELY, RICHARD P. 

35 Bowers St. Newtonville, Mass. Bl 4-8972 
Economics Acad. 4. p. 328. 

GUERRERA, EUGENE R. 

340 Oak St. Waterbury, Conn. 755-2681 
Economics Acad. 4; Italian Acad. 4; Sub Turri 
4; Heights 2; Film Society I, 2; Omicron Chi 
Epsilon 3, 4; Conn. Club I, 2; Dean's List. pp. 
97, 328. 

HAGERTY, THOMAS R. 

87 Summer St. Somerville Mass. 
p. 328. 

HALL, WILLIAM R. 

2 Drummond Place Cambridge, Mass. 
p. 328. 

HALLY, MICHAEL J. JR. 

32 Western Ave. Natick, Mass. 

Economics Acad. 3, 4; Gold Key 3; Ski Team 

3; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 4. p. 328. 

HANNAWAY, RICHARD A. 

1084 Adams St. Dorchester, Mass. CY 8-4214 
Debating Team I, 2; Honors Program I, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List. pp. 134, 329. 

HARRINGTON, DONALD F. 

80 Prichard Ave. Somerville, Mass. 625-0702 
Gold Key 2; Economics Acad. 3, 4; Glee Club 
3, 4; Omicron Chi Epsilon 4; Dean's List. p. 329. 

HATEM, CHARLES J. 

84 Tremont St. Lawrence, Mass. MU 2-0971 
Student Senate, Sec'y. I, Vice-Pres. 3; Mendel 
Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Alpha Sigma Nu, Pres. 
4; Intramurals I, 2; Scholar of the College 4; 
Cosmos 3, 4; Humanities 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. 
pp. 89, 108, 128, 294, 329. 

HAYES, -PAUL P. 

278 Nantasket Ave. Hull, Mass. WA 5-1782 
Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 4; Hist. Society 3, 4; 
p. 329. 

HECHT, HOWARD E. 

I I Oaks Farm Westport, Conn. ED 4-5008 (N.Y.) 
Student Senate, Sec'y., Pres. 3; Dorm Council I, 
2; Dramatic Soc. 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Show. pp. 147, 153, 244, 329. 

HEFFERNAN, JOHN P. 

15 Beechmont St. Worcester, Mass. PL 5-0605 
Hockey I, 2, 3; Western Mass. Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Rod & Gun I, 2, 3, 4; R. I. Club I, 2, 3; Bl. Ol. 
Plunkett I, 2, 3, 4; Conn. Club I, 2; N.Y. Club 
I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2; Berchmann Society 
I, 2. pp. 90, 278, 329. 

HENNIGAN, JOHN R. 

104 Colberg Ave. Roslindale, Mass. FA 3-2088 
Economics Acad. 4; Young Democrats 4; Ricci 
Math Acad. 3. pp. 85, 329. 



HERMANS, JAN H. 

Landhuis Brievengat, Curacao, N.W.I. 
Sub Turri I, 2, 3, 4, Art Editor 2, 3, 4; Dramatic 
Society I, 2, 3; Gold Key 3, 4; Humanities 2, 
3, 4; Junior Week, Art Director, pp. 113, 261, 
281, 329, 459. 

HOGAN, JOHN G. 

766 Third Avenue, San Francisco, Calif. EV 6- 

7231 

Physics Club 2, 3, 4; Honors Program I, 2, 3, 

4; Lewis Drill Team I; Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4; 

Vice-Pres. 4; Dean's List. pp. 84, 133-4, 329. 

HOGAN, JOSEPH C. JR. 

15 Hampshire St. Everett, Mass. DU 7-1757 
Chem. Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; 
Honors Program I, 2; Dean's List. pp. 89, 330. 

HOOLEY, JAMES A. 

124 Cushing Ave. Dorchester, Mass. AV 2-8380 
Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 225, 227-31, 330. 

HOWARD, ROBERT W. JR. 

15 Stony Corners Avon, Conn. OR 3-3655 
N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I ,2, 3, 4; 
Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 144, 330. 

HUNT, JOHN P. 

151 Forest Hills St. Jamaica Plain, Moss. JA 2- 

3802 

Economics Acad. 2; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2. p. 330. 

HURLEY, PATRICK J. JR. 

429 Winter St. Fall River, Mass. OS 2-1029 
Heights I, 2; Chem. Club I, 2, 3, 4. p. 330. 

INFANTOLINO, EDWARD A. 

126 Cavalcade Blvd. Warwick, R.I. Regent 7- 
6278 

R. I. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Dorm Council 2, 
4; Young Democrats 2, 4; Psych. Club 4; Eco- 
nomics Acad. 2, 3, 4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 
4; Section Rep. 2; Intramurals I, 2; WVBC 2; 
Commencement Ball Chairman 4. pp. 85, 9>, 
95, 96, 144-45, 274, 330. 

JOHNSON, LEONARD F. 

27 Dunlap St. Salem, Mass. PI 4-2807 

Psych. Club 4; Chem. Club 3, 4; Section Rep. 

I; Intramurals I; Sub Turri 4. pp. 84, 95, 330. 

JOHNSON, PATRICK D. 

618 East Passaic Ave. Bloomfield, N.J. 
Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3, 4; R. I. Club 4; 
N.Y. Club I; Dean's List. p. 330. 

JUTRZENKA, EDWARD E. 

33 Durand Place Rochelle Park, N.J. 
Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3, 4; N.Y. Club I, 2, 
3, 4; R. I. Club 4; Dorm Council 3; Young Dem- 
ocrats 3; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 144, 330. 

KASINSKAS, VYTAUTAS 

32 Thatcher St. Maiden, Mass. 322-3370 
Sodality 2, 3, ; Dean's List. p. 331. 

KAUTZ, ROBERT E. 

9 Temple Rd. Lynnfield, Mass. 245-3501 
Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4. p. 331. 

KEEFE, JOHN P. 

15 Boston Ave. Somerville, Mass. PR 6-7218 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Cross & Crown 4. pp. 131, 338. 

KEEGAN, JAMES M. 

29 West Bow St. Franklin, N.H. Tel. 780 
Heights I ; Humanities 3, 4, Managing Editor 
4; Stylus 2, 3, 4. p. 331. 

KELLE, WALTER F. 

35 Broadway Rockville Centre, N.Y. RO 4-2890 
Basketball I. p. 277. 

KELLEY, ROBERT E. 

27 Pearl St. Natick, Mass. OL 3-5226 
p. 331. 

KELLY, JOHN M. 

472 High St. Dedham, Mass. 

Ricci Math Acad. I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 

2, 3, 4; Psych. Club 4; Section Rep. I. p. 331. 



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KENNEDY, EDWARD W. 
24 Warwick Rd. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-6446 
Economics Acad. I, 2, 3; Psych. Club 3; German 
Acad. I, 2: World Rel. League 3; Section Rep. 
I, 2, 3. p. 331. 

KENNEDY, FRANCIS P. 

54 Tremont St. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-4304 
Rod & Gun 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Young Dem- 
ocrats 3. p. 331. 

KENNEDY, KEVIN E. 

10 Rustic Place Quincy, Mass. 
Rod & Gun 3. p. 331. 

KIERNAN, ROBERT T. 

11 Whittemore St. Arlington, Mass. Ml 3-0488 
Dramatic Society 1,2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4. pp. 81, 
332. 

KILCOMMINS, JOHN P. 

36 Bigelow St. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-6435 
Geology Club 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2. p. 332. 

KILLGOAR, GEORGE F. JR. 

21 Vernon Rd. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-4572 
Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3, 4; Young Democrats 
3, 4; Section Rep. 4. p. 332. 

KING, ROBERT J. 

51 Hyatt Ave. Bradford, Mass. DR 2-5032 
Cheerleading I; Mendel Club I, 2; Bellarmine 
Law & Gov't.; Economics Acad. 3, 4; Young 
Republicans 3, 4; Section Reo. 3; Dorm Council 

2. 3, 4. pp. 85, 87, 96, 332. 

LANDRY, JOEL D. 

34 Gibbs Ave. Newport, R.I. VI 7-1698 

R. I. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, 3. p. 332. 

LANE, BRIAN M. 

1700 Beacon St. Waban, Mass. 

Young Democrast 4; Hist. Society 3, 4; Bl. Ol. 

Plunkett 4; Dean's List. p. 332. 

LANG, JOHN G. 

32 Salisbury Rd. Newton, Mass. LA 7-8041 
Pub. Speaking Club 2, 3; Dean's List. p. 332. 

LARAMEE, RICHARD J. 

152 Washington St. Weymouth, Mass. 
Ricci Math Acad. 3, 4. p. 332. 

LAVOIE, WILFRED O. 

108 Jersey St. Boston, Moss. 

Le Cercle Francois I; Dean's List. pp. 153-4, 

332. 

LAWLESS, THOMAS W. 

95 Richmond Rd. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-2920 
Dean's List. pp. 134, 333. 

LAYDEN, ROBERT E. 

94 Summer St. Watertown, Mass. WA 3-92 I 3 
Russian Acad., Treas. 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 
I, 2, 3; Cross and Crown 4; Dean's List I, 2, 

3. pp. 131, 134, 333. 

LECCACORVI, JOHN R. 

35 Gold Star Rd. Cambridge, Moss. EL 4-51 14 
German Acad. I, 2, 3; Chem, Society I, 2, 3, 
4; Intramurals I, 3. p. 333. 

LEE, CHRISTOPHER F. 

2 Burt St. Dorchester, Mass. TA 5-9837 
Heights I, 2, 3, 4, News Editor, pp. 103, 110- 

I II, 333. 

LEE, JAMES P. 

685 E. Fifth St. South Boston, Mass. AN 8-4765 
Sailing Team 2, 3, 4, Commodore 3; Sigma Pi 
Sigma 3, 4; Physics Club I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 133, 
246, 333. 

LeFORT, PAUL F. 

189 River St. Dedham, Mass. DA 6-3233 
Economics Acad. 4; WVBC 2; Physics Club 4; 
Junior Week 3; Gold Key 2, 3, 4, Keyholder 3, 
4; Sub Turri 4. pp. 74, 95, 284, 333. 

LePOUTRE, JOHN-LUKE S. 

137 Oakley Rd Woonsocket, R. I. PO 9-7822 
Ricci Moth Acad. I, 2; Dean's List. p. 333. 

L'HEUREUX, GERARD A. JR. 

I I Pond St. Salem, Mass. PI 4-383 I 

Chem Society I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 3; Dorm Council 
4; Cosmos 4, Associate Editor 4; Section Rep. 
2; Dean's List. pp. 84, 108, 333. 



LOGAN, BERNARD J. 

II Charlemont St. Dorchester, Mass. TA 5-3 I 52 
Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 333. 

LORBATI, ALBERT R. 

I I Gene St. Dorchester, Mass. GE 6-737 I 
Mendel Club I, 2, 4; German Acad. I, 2; Hon- 
ors Program 2, 3; Dean's List. p. 334. 

LORUSSO, ANTHONY M. 

25 Tremont St. Norwood, Mass. 
p. 334. 

LOSANO, WAYNE A. 

23 Belmont St. Amesbury, Mass. 388-9259 
p. 334. 

LUCIA, WILLIAM P. 

271 Gillette Ave. Springfield, Mass. 
p. 334. 

LYNCH, JAMES J. 

19 Gilmore St. Everett, Mass. DU 7-7002 

Glee Club I, 2; Psych Club 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. 

p. 334. 

LYNCH, MICHAEL J. 

152 Maple St. Lynn, Mass. 

Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4. p. 334. 

LYNCH, THOMAS J. 

80 White St. Quincy, Mass. GR 9-3070 

Chem Society I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4; Dean's List I, 

2. pp. 134, 334. 

LYONS, ARTHUR W. 

15 Bradstreet Rd. N. Andover, Mass. MU 8-8825 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Psych Club 3, 4. pp. 95, 
334. 

MacDONALD, GEORGE B. 

120 Monroe St. Lawrence L. I., N. Y. 

Film Society I; Humanities 2, 3, 4, Editor 4; 

Heights 2, 3, 4. Managing Editor 3, 4; Eng. 

Acad. Pres. 4; Dramatic Society I, 2, 3, 4, 

Sec'y 4; Alpha Sigma Nu 4; Cross and Crown 

4; Dean's List. pp. 81, 103, 109, 128, 131, 283, 

334. 

MADIGAN, J. DAVID 

I I Oakhurst Rd. Cape Elizabeth, Maine 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Maine Club I, 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Psych Club 2, 4; Young 
Democrats 4; Rod and Gun 4; Bellarmine Law 
and Gov't 4; WVBC 3, 4; Junior Show 3; Ski 
Team 2. pp. 145, 334. 

MAGNER, ROBERT W. 

153 Pine Ridge Rd. W. Medford, Mass. HU 3- 
3250 

Glee Club 2, 3; Gold Key 2; Hist. Society 3. 
4; Junior Show 3; Cross and Crown 4; Dean's 
List. pp. 98, 131, 335. 

MAHONEY, RICHARD L. 

321 Belmont St. E. Bridgewater, Mass. JU 3-3914 
Lewis Drill Team I; Dorm Council I; Chem So- 
ciety I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 84, 335. 

MARSZALEK, FRANK S. JR. 

90 Middlefield St. Middletown, Conn. 
Conn. Club I, 2; R. I. Club 4; Bellarmine Law 
and Gov't 3, 4; Dorm Council I ; Orientation 4; 
Junior Show 3; Hist. Society, pp. 96. 282, 335. 

MASEL, CHESTER H. 

103 Waverly St. Everett, Mass. 
p. 335. 

MATTHEWS, GEORGE F. 

262 Reservation Rd. Hyde Park, Mass. 

Gold Key I, 2, 3, 4; German Acad. I, 2; Psych 

Club 2; Physics Club I, 2, 3, 4. p. 335. 

McCABE, STEPHEN A. 

29 Ridge St. Greenwich, Conn. TO 9-0122 
Football I; Conn. Club I, 2. p. 335. 

McCANN, C. JOHN 

127 Winnepurkit Ave. Lynn, Mass. LY 2-2243 
Ricci Math Acad. 2, 4; Bellarmine Law and 
Gov't 2; Honor's Program I, 2, 3, 4; Cross and 
Crown 4; Dean's List. pp. 131, 134, 335. 

McCarthy, john j. 

90 Ruskindale Rd. Mattapan, Mass. EM 1-7080 



McCarthy, Joseph f. jr. 

II Hardwick St. Brighton, Mass. ST2-95I8 
Junior Show 3; Orientation 3, 4; Gold Key 3, 
4, Keyholder 4; Psych Club 3, 4; Sociology Club 
3; Dean's List. pp. 282, 335. 

McCarthy, michael j. 

209 W. 97 St. New York, N. Y. 

Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Heights 4; Humanities 

4; Stylus 4. p. 335. 

McCarthy, vincent p. 

24 N. Crescent Cir. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-4659 
Student Senate, Vice-Pres. 4; English Acad. 3, 
4, Vice-Pres. 4; Bellarmine Law and Gov't 3, 4; 
Young Democrats 2, 3, 4; Commencement Com- 
mittee 3; Humanities 4; Cross and Crown, 
Knight Commander 4; Alpha Sigma Nu 4; Hon- 
ors Program I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 93, 103 
I 18, 128, 131, 134, 297, 336. 

McCOURT, JAMES M. JR. 

83 Perthshire Rd. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-5391 
Student Senate, Sec'y 3, Pres. 4; Section Rep. 
I, 2; Gold Key 2, 3, 4, Keyholder 4; Ricci Math 
Acad. I, 2; Economics Acad. 3, 4; Psych Club 
4; Heights 3; Public Affairs Forum 4; Omicron 
Chi Epsilon 4; Cross and Crown 4; Dean's List, 
pp. 76, 95, I 18, 130-131, 282, 296, 336. 

McDERMOTT, BRIAN E. 

,166 Lindbergh Ave. Needham, Mass. HI 4-1985 
Economics Acad. 3, 4; Orientation 4; Omicron 
Chi Epsilon 3, 4, Sec'y 4. pp. 85, 130, 336. 

McDERMOTT, MARTIN J. 

104 Ashland St. Maiden, Mass. 
p. 336. 

McDERMOTT, VINCENT J. 

2843 N.E. 28th St. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. LO 6- 

6325 

Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 98, 281, 336. 

McDONOUGH, EDWARD V. JR. 

21 St. Luke's Rd. Allston, Mass. 
Heights 2, 3, 4, Managing Ed. 3, 4, Features 
Ed. 2, 3; Young Republicans, Vice-Pres. 3, 
Sec'y 4; Dramatic Society 3, 4; Pub. Affairs 
Forum 3, 4; Psych Club 2, 3. p. 336. 

McGOWN, JAMES G. 

40 Woodland Dr. Greenwich, Conn. TO 9-471 7 
Intramurals I; Conn. Club I, 2; N. Y. Club 3, 
4; Lewis Drill Team I; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 3; Young 
Democrats 3; Economics Acad. 4. p. 336. 

McKENNA, GERARD 

2804 Bainbridge Ave. Bronx, N. Y. WE 3-6845 
Basketball I, 2; Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Sub 
Turri, Sports Editor 4; Honors Program I, 2, 3, 
4. pp. I 15, 138, 153-4, 256, 298, 336. 

McKENNA, STEPHEN J. 

78 Bay Dr. Massapequa, N. Y. PY 8-1920 
Dorm Council; Young Democrats 4; N. Y. Club 
I, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; 
Omicron Chi Epsilon 3, 4, Treas. 4; Cross and 
Crown 4; Dean's List. pp. 6, 85, 130-1, 138, 297, 
336. 

McKNIFF, JOSEPH 

4 Orchard St. Forge Village, Mass. MY 2-4371 
Intramurals I, 2, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I; Dean's 
List. p. 337. 

Mclaughlin, david a. 

98 Bourne St. Jamaica Plain, Mass. JA 2-0327 
Semper Fidelis 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 4; World Rel. 
League 3. p. 337. 

Mclaughlin, Robert j. 

15 Claymont Terr. Dorchester, Mass. AV2-I602 
Psych Club 3, 4. p. 337. 

McNAMARA, FRANCIS J. JR. 

54 Country Club Rd. Melrose, Mass. NO 5-3757 
Orientation 4; Mendel Club 2, 3, 4; Gold Key 

2, 3, 4, Keyholder 4. p. 337. 

McNAMARA, PAUL J. 

76 Prince St. Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Debating Society I, 2, 3, Sec'y 3; Young Re- 
publican, Vice-Pres. 3; Gold Key I, 2, 3, 4, 
Pres. 4; Commencement Committee, co-chair- 
man; Dean's List. pp. 76, 259, 294, 337. 



465 



McNEALY, PAUL F. 

1399 N. Shore Rd. Revere, Mass. AT 4-5177 
Cadet Officer's Club 3, 4; Rifle Team I; Eco- 
nomics Acad. 4; Psych Club 4; Student Senate, 
Treas. 2, 3. pp. 124, 151, 157, 337. 

MELIA, EDWARD P. 

87 Murdock St. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-6679 
Intramurals I; Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4; 
Section Rep. 2; Dean's List 3. p. 337. 

MELIA, THOMAS P. 

R633 Hale St. Prides Crossing, Mass. 

p. 337. 

MILAN, JOHN P. 

42 Oakton Ave. Dorchester, Mass. AV 2-7745 
Sodality I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 3; Dean's List, 
pp. 142, 337. 

MILLS, ROBERT E. JR. 

235 Boston Ave. Medford, Mass. EX 5-1425 
Intramurals I, 2. 3, 4; Section Rep. I, 2: Hist. 
Society 3, 4. p. 338. 

MINASIAN, ROBERT H. 

40 Atkinson St. Lawrence, Mass. MU 2-0058 
Gold Key I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Acad. I, 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-Pres. 4; Italian Acad. 2, 3, 4; Orientation 
3. 4: Dorm Council I, 2. 3, 4, Pres. 4; World 
Rel. League 3; Bellarmine Law and Gov't 3, 4; 
Sub Turri, Senior Ed. 4; Senior Week 4; Young 
Republicans 3. 4; Section Rep. I, 2; Psych Club 
4; Cross and Crown 4; Dean's List. pp. 95, I 13- 
I 16, 131, 263. 274, 288, 338. 

MITCHELL, STEPHEN P. 

169 Bonad Rd. Brookline, Mass. 

Business Club I; Bellarmine Law and Gov't 2; 

Intramurais 2, 3, 4. p. 338. 

MONTALTO, RICHARD W. 

92 Hurlburt St. New Haven, Conn, ST 7-2307 
World Rel. League 3; YAF 4. pp. 93, 99, 338. 

MORCONE, NICHOLAS J. 

I East Main St. Milford, Mass. 

MURPHY, DANIEL R. 

14 Llewellyn Rd. W. Newton, Mass. 

Ricci Math Acad. 3, 4; Econ. Acad. 2, 3; 

Dean's List. pp. 99, 154, 338. 

MURPHY, RICHARD T. JR. 

8 Union St. Foxboro, Mass. Kl 3-2589 

Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2, 4; Economics Acad. 3, 4; 

Commencement Committee, p. 338. 

MURPHY, ROBERT W. 

10 Spring St. Woonsocket, R. I. 
p. 338. 

MURRAY, JOHN T. JR. 

5 Troll St. Dorchester, Mass. AV 2-0782 

Ricci Math Acad. I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 

99, 338. 

NAGLE, WILLIAM V. 

149 Beach St. Whitehorse Beach, Mass. CA 4- 

2763 

Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Intramurals I, 

2, 3. pp. 203-4, 208-9, 259, 338. 

NEWCOMB, ALAN P. 

138 Broad St. Weymouth 88, Mass. ED 5-0301 
Mendel Club I. p. 339. 

NORMANDIN, ROBERT E. 

221 Hillside Rd. Southbridge, Mass. 764-2101 

Psych Club I, 2, 3, 4; LeCercle Francois I; 
Dean's List. pp. 95, 339. 

NOVELLINE, WILLIAM T. JR. 

3 Burget Ave. Medford, Mass. 
Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Gold Key 2, 3, 4, Key- 
holder 3. 4; Junior Week; Baseball Manager 2, 

3, 4; Section Rep. 2, 3; Economics Acad. 2, 3, 
4; YAF, Exec. Officer 4; Alumni Day Committee 
3; Alumni Career Counselling 3, 4. pp. 74, 139, 
203, 339. 

O'DONOGHUE, KEVIN L. 

59 Kingsbury St. Wellesley, Mass. 

Bl. Ol. Plunkett 4; Young Democrats I, 2; Dean's 

List. p. 339. 



O'HARA, CHARLES P. 

5 Johnson Rd. Arlington, Mass. Ml 3-7315 
Intramurals I, 2. 3; Section Rep. 2. p. 339. 

O'MALLEY, LOUIS 

375 Jerusalem Rd. Cohasset, Mass. 
pp. 87, 339. 

O'ROURKE, GERALD D. 

37 Montreal St. Portland, Maine SP 3-4183 
Sodality I, 2. p. 339. 

PABICH, RICHARD J. 

19 Downer Ave. Dorchester, Mass. AV 2-8496 
Physics Club I, 2, 3; Psych Club 4; Section 
Rep. 2; Ricci Math Acad. 4; Intramurals 3; 
Dean's List. p. 339. 

PARADIS, DAVID C. 

17 Porter Rd. Scituate, Mass. 
p. 339. 

PARKER, GERARD V. 

418 A Medford St. Somerville, Mass. 625-8065 
Heights 4; Section Rep. I. p. 340. 

PELLEGRINO, ANTHONY J. 

866 Sumner Ave. Springfield, Mass. RE 7-0493 
Western Mass. Club I, 2; Dorm Council I; Rod 
and Gun 2, 3, 4; Bellarmine Law and Gov't 3, 
4; Economics Acad. 1 , 2, 3, 4; Italian Acad. 2, 

3, 4. pp. 87, 90, 96, 285, 340. 

PELOQUIN, NORMAN A. 

2 Thomas St. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-41 72 

Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Section Rep. I. pp. 89, 

340. 

PEMBERTON, ROBERT A. 

38 Weld Hill St. Jamaica Plain, Mass. JA4- 
4754 

Gold Key, I, 2, 3, 4; Lewis Drill Team I, 2; 
German Acad. I, 2, 3, Sec'y-Treas. 3; Young 
Republicans 4; World Rel. League 3, 4; Film 
Society I; Mendel Club I. p. 340. 

PHILLIPS, GERALD J. 

15 Randolph St. Canton, Mass. 828-2822 
Gold Key 2, 3, 4; Sub Turri 3, 4, Managing 
Editor 4; Junior Week; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; 
Semper Fidelis Club 4. pp. 74, ! 14, I 16, 340. 

PONS, ROBERT P. 

4 Vinal St. Brighton, Mass. BE 2-071 I 

Bellarmine Law and Gov't 4; Hockey I, 2; 

Dean's List. p. 340. 

PRENDERGAST, JAMES A. 

71 Richardson Rd. Lynn, Mass. 

Chem Society I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 3, 4. 

p. 340. 

PUOPOLO, ANTHONY D. 

215 Endicott St. Boston, Mass. 

Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 340. 

PURCELL, JAMES B. 

164 Moore Ave. Freeport, N. Y. FR 9-8945 
Spanish Acad. I, 2; N. Y. Club I, 3, 4; Eco- 
nomics Acad. 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2; R. I. Club 

4. pp. 85, 144, 340. 

QUINN, EDWARD M. 

10 Jo-Anne Terr. Dorchester, Mass. AV 2-5530 
Economics Acad. 3; Sociology Acad. 3, 4; So- 
dality 2, 3, 4. p. 341. 

QUINN, PETER J. 

35 High St. Beverly Farms, Mass. 
Economics Acad. 2, 3, 4; Ricci Math Acad. 2, 
3; Young Democrats 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 4. pp. 
85, 87, 341. 

RAEKE, EDWARD F. Ill 

92 Bellevue Rd. Watertown, Mass. 

Ricci Math Acad. I, 2, 3, 4; Psych Club 3; 

Heights 4; Intramurals I. p. 341. 

RAHILLY, JEREMIAH J. 

907 Broadway Revere, Mass. 

REARDON, JOHN E. 

8 Downer Ave. Dorchester, Mass. 

Semper Fidelis 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Heights 2; 

Dean's List. pp. 87, 341. 



REBELLO, RAMILE, R. 

314 Fifth St. Fall River, Mass. Osborne 4-6784 
Band I, 2, 3, 4; World Rel. League 4; R. I. 
Club 4; Cadet Officer's Club 3. pp. 154, 341. 

REGAN, ROBERT D. 

25 Aberdeen St. Newton, Mass. DE 2-3768 
Physics Club I, 2, 3; WVBC I, 2; Gold Key 2, 
3, 4; Sodality I; Psych Club 3, 4; Section Rep. 
2. pp. 95, 281. 

REGAN, THOMAS J. JR. 

100 Goodenough St. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-4809 
Gold Key 3, 4; Heights I, 2, 3, 4, Business 

Man. 3, 4; Cadet Officer's Club 3, 4; Eco- 
nomics Acad. 4; Orientation 3. pp. Ill, 151, 
154, 341. 

REILLY, RONALD W. 

34 Central Ave. Revere, Mass. AT 4- 1 008 
Psych Club 2, 3, 4; Gold Key 3, 4, Keyholder 
Section Rep. 4; Junior Show; Sodality 2, 3 
Alumni Career Counseling 4; Orientation 4 
World Rel. League 3. pp. 95, 285, 341. 

REYNOLDS, FRANCIS T. 

497 Highlands Ave. Maiden, Mass. DA 2-0982 
Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Ski Team 3. p. 341. 

RICHARDSON, PHILIP K. 

30 Lake St. Middleton, Mass. 

Ricci Math Acad. 4; Chem. Society 4; Dean's 

List. pp. 84, 341. 

RILEY, JAMES J. 

170 Madison St. Dedham, Mass. DA 6-3909 
Gold Key I, 2, 3; Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4. 
p. 342. 



ROBERTS, JOHN F. 

49 Medford St. Malde 
p. 342. 



Mass. DA 2-1785 



ROSSI, DOMINICK F. 

499 Deer Park Ave. Babylon, N.Y. 

Student Senate, Pres. 4; N. Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; 

Bellarmine Law & Gov't. Acad. 3, 4; Italian 

Acad. 4; Senior Week; Junior Week; Junior 

Show; Orientation 4; WVBC 3, 4; Track I, 3, 

4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 96, 97, 118, 144, 

342. 

SARDELLA, DENNIS J. 

380 Elm St. Lawrence, Mass. MU 2-6313 

Chem. Society I, 2, 3, 4; Cosmos 4; Dean's 

List. pp. 84, 342. 

SAVAGE, JOHN M. 

35 Peachtree Lane Hicksville, N.Y. WE 1-8168 
N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 
4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 115, 147, 342. 

SAYERS, JOHN G. 

55 Martin Rd. East Haven, Conn. HO 9-3327 
Dorm Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3; Bellarmine 
Law & Gov't. 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, 4; Section 
Rep. I; Public Affairs Forum 4. pp. 76, 96, 274, 
342. 



Mass. GL 3-8652 



SHARPE, DAVID O. 

1910 Andover St. Tewksbury 
LeCercle Francois 2. p. 342. 

SHAUGHNESSY, JOHN R. 

66 Cedar St. Quincy, Mass. 
p. 342. 

SHEA, JOHN A. 

13 Barton Square Salem., Mas 
pp. 89, 342. 



SHEEHAN, JOHN J. 

64 Putnam Rd. Somerville, Mass. PR 6-7836 
Semper Fidelis 2, 3, 4. p. 343. 

SHEEHAN, RICHARD F. 

18 Garfield Ave. Medford, Mass. EX 5-2992 
Dramatic Society I; Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4; 
Lewis Drill Team I; Russian Acad. 2. p. 343. 

SHEPPARD, ROBERT M. JR. 

123 Topsfield Rd. Ipswich, Mass. 
p. 343. 



466 



SHERIDAN, CHARLES M. 

I 17 Child St. Hyde Park, Mass. 
Chem. Society I; WVBC 3; Young Democrats 
3; World Rel. League 2, 4; Dean's List. pp. 156, 
281, 343. 

SMALL, KENNETH E. JR. 

21 Winwood Ct. Islip, N.Y. JU 1-1389 

N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club I, 2; Intra- 

murals I, 2, 3. 4; Rod & Gun 3; Dorm Council 

3; Section Rep. I. pp. 144, 343. 

SMITH, ROBERT B. 

43 Irving St. Watertown, Mass. WA 4-8377 
Glee Club I; Young Democrats 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; 
Public Affairs Forum 3; Dean's List. pp. 93, 343. 

SMITH, WILLIAM J. 

7 Clearview Dr. Framingham, Mass. 875-4759 
Economics Acad. 3, 4; Young Democrats 4; 
Ricci Math Acad. 3. pp. 85, 343. 

SOMERS, ANDREW B. JR. 

21 Church St. Dedham, Mass. DA 6-2128 
Russian Acad. I, 2, 3, 4; Hist. Society 2, 3; 
Fulton Debating Society I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; 
Dean's List. pp. 131, 343. 

SPENDLEY, RONALD C. 

15 Mt. Pleasant Ave. Holbrook, Mass. WO 3- 
0921 

Physics Club I, 2; German Acad. I; WVBC 2; 
Section Rep. 3; Junior Prom, Chairman; Gold 
Key 2, 3, 4; Senior Week, Publicity Chairman, 
pp. 74, 289, 343. 

STRUZIK, JOSEPH F. 

31 Blackstone St. Blackstone, Mass. TU 3-7890 
WVBC I, 2. p. 344. 

SULLIVAN, BRIAN J. 

152 Blydenburg Ave. New London, Conn. Gib- 
son 3-2418 
Glee Club I; Chem. Society 2, 4. p. 344. 

SULLIVAN, GERARD C. 

103 Saybrook St. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-4695 
Dramatic Society I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 
4; Hist. Society 3, 4; Aquinas Circle 4; Dean's 
List. pp. 80, 344. 

SULLIVAN, JOHN G. 

16 Brahms St. Roslindale, Mass. FA 3-7984 
Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 344. 

SULLIVAN, JOHN P. 

203 No. Main St. Brockton, Mass. JU 3-3917 
World Rel. League 3; Junior Week; Psych. Club 

2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Commencement Ball, Vice- 
Chairman; Orientation 4. p. 344. 

SULLIVAN, JOSEPH E. 

169 Fenno St. Quincy. Mass. 

Sodality I, 2; Cosmos I, 2, 4; Ricci Math Acod. 

1,3,4, Treas. 4. p. 344. 

SULLIVAN, PAUL F. 

Rathburn Rd. Natick, Mass. OL 5-0874 

Track I; Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4; Scholar of the 

College 4; Dean's List. pp. 133, 344. 

SULLIVAN, PAUL R. 

71 Sherwood St. Roslindale, Mass. FA 3-5367 
Economics Acad. pp. 85, 344. 

SUPECK, STANLEY J. JR. 

95 Neil St. Malboro, Mass. HU 5-6662 
Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3, 4; Economics Acad. 

3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. p. 344. 

SURETTE, RALPH F. 

148 Robbins Rd. Arlington, Mass. Ml 8-0539 
Sodality I, 2, 3; Psych. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; 
p. 345. 

SZABUNKA, STANLEY J. JR. 

71 Fifth St. Cambridge, Mass. EL 4-1350 
German Acad. I, 2; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 3; Hist. 
Society 4; Dean's List. p. 345. 



TANGNEY, JOHN J. 

3 Denton Terrace Roslindale, Mass. FA 3-4799 
Rod & Gun 4; Dean's List. p. 345. 

TARPEY, ROBERT S. 

71 Oakland St. Brighton, Mass. 
Heights I, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Society 2, 3, 4; 
Humanities 4; Young Democrats 2, 4; ADA 4; 
Psych. Club 2. pp. 81, 103, 345. 

TOBON, STEPHEN J. 

61-66 77 St. Middle Village, N.Y. HA 4-6519 
Ricci Math Acad. I, 2, 3. 4; Lewis Drill Team 
I, 2, 3, 4, Deputy Commander 4; Cadet Offi- 
cers' Club 3, 4, Pres. 4; Dean's List. pp. 99, 
151, 153, 154, 345. 

TOMPKINS, JAMES M. 

184 Bellevue St. West Roxbury, Mass, FA 5-2356 
Sigma Pi Sigma 4; Dean's List. p. 345. 

TOOMEY, JAMES R. 

79 Reservoir Ave. Revere, Mass. 
Dramatic Society I, 2, 3; Fulton Debating So- 
ciety I, 2; Public Speaking Club I; World Rel. 
League 3, 4; Economics Acad. 3, 4; Hist. 
Society 4. p. 345. 

TORPHY, JAMES R. 

316 Montgomery St. Fall River, Mass. OS 2-4502 
Law Acad. 3, 4; Le Cercle Francois I, 2. 
Dean's List. p. 345. 

TRATT, GARY M. 

7 Maiden St. Everett, Mass. DU 9-1524 

Band I, 2, 3, 4; Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Cosmos 

3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3; Dean's List. p. 345. 

TRIBBLE, DAVID B. 

128 Rockland Ave. Maiden, Mass. DA 4-0046 
Rifle Team I; Chess Club I; Ski Team 3; 
Physics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; 
Ricci Math Acad. 4; Section Rep. I; Sigma 
Pi Sigma 4; Orientation 3, 4; Band I, 2, 3, 4. 
p. 346. 

TRIGLEDAS, PAUL R. 

1730 Beacon St. Brookline, Mass. 

TUCKER, JOHN J. 

23 Holyoke St. Lynn, Mass. LY 8-0635 

Mendel Club I; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 4; Semper 

Fidelis 4; Dean's List. p. 346. 

TUMELTY, PAUL F. 

130 Sutherland Rd. Brookline, Mass. LO 6- 1 660 
Honors Program I, 2, 3, 4; WIPR I, 2, 3, 4; 
MARS I, 2, 3, 4; WVBC I, 2; Commencement 
Committee 3; Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4; Physics 
Club 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 133-4, 346. 

TYNER, MICHAEL J. 

152 Lake St. Brighton, Mass. AL 4-1856 
Economics Acad. 3, 4; Ricci Math Acad. 3; 
Psych. Club 4; Omicron Chi Epsilon 3, 4; Cross 
& Crown 4; Prom Chairman 4; Gold Key 2, 3, 
4; Orientation 4; Section Rep. 4; Career Coun- 
seling Program 4; Dean's List. pp. 74, 85, 130-1, 
134, 288. 

URICCHIO, MARC J. 

218 West Main St. Stafford Springs, Conn. 

OV 4-2 1 54 

Economics Acad. 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 85, 

346. 

VAIL, H. LEROY 

72 Gardner St. Allston, Mass. ST 2-8567 

Russian Acad. 2, 3; Honors Program 2, 3, 4; 

Hist. Society 2, 3; Dean's List. pp. 134, 346. 

VALLELY, H. GERARD 

76 Westbourne St. Roslindale, Mass. FA 5-0360 
Gold Key 2, 3, 4, Keyholder; Intramurals; Rifle 
Club I. p. 346. 



VANDERSLICE, JAMES T. 

150 Tremont St. Newton, Mass. Bl 4-3 I 77 
Sigma Pi Sigma 4; Physics Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 346. 

VINCENT, SAMIR 

12-4-1 Asfar St. Karrdah, Bagdad, Iraq Bagh- 
dad 97308 

Track I, 2, 3, 4; Sodality I, 2; Basketball I 
pp. 275, 346. 

WALKER, MICHAEL E. 

273 Madison St. Wrentham, Mass. EV 4-3462 
Ricci Math Acad. 2; Economics Acad. 3, 4; 
Intramurals I, 2; Omicron Chi Epsilon 3, 4; 
German Acad. 2, 3. pp. 130, 347. 

WALSH, JAMES J. JR. 

4 Blanchard Rd. Cambridge, Mass. TR 6-6525 
p. 347. 

WALSH, JOHN J. 

15 Lome Rd. Arlington, Mass. Ml 8-2794 
Sailing Club I, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4; 
Treas. 4; Physics Club 3, 4, Treas. 4; Honors 
Program 3, 4; Gold Key 3; Cross & Crown 4; 
Dean's List. pp. 131, 133-4, 299, 347. 

WALSH, JOSEPH J. 

92 Wakefield St. Hamden, Conn. CN 8-2785 
Intramurals I, 2; Conn. Club I, 2; Economics 
Acad. I, 2, 3; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 4. 
p. 347. 

WALSH, WILLIAM J. 

62 Adams St. Dorchester, Mass. 
Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4. p. 347. 

WANDS, DAVID M. 

71 Vanderbilt Rd. Manhasset, N.Y. MA 7-5930 
N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Mendel Club 
I, 2; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 4; WVBC 3, 4; 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Economics Acad. 4. 
pp. 96, 144, 347. 

WATERS, JAMES W. 

183 Richard Rd. S. Braintree, Mass. VI 3-8527 
Heights 2; Young Republicans 4; Sigma Pi 
Sigma 4; Physics Club 4; YAF 4, Treas. 4. 
p. 347. 

WATSON, DAVID L. 

25 Marion Rd. Belmont, Mass. 
p. 347. 

WELTER, DANIEL R. 

59 Winthrop Ave. Wollaston, Mass. GN 9-3204 
Spanish Acad. I; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3, 
4; World Rel. League 4; Economics Acad. 3; 
Hist. Society 2, 3. p. 347. 

WHEELER, JOHN K. 

27 Leonard St. Waltham, Mass. 
p. 348. 

WOLDE-MIRIAM, PHILIPPOS 

Univ. Coll. Addis Ababa P.O. Box 399 Addis 
Ababa, Ethiopia 
p. 273. 

WOLFE, GEORGE B. 

91 Wayne Ave. River Edge, N.J. 

pp. 84, 285, 348. 

ZAMPESE, DAVID R. 

849 Revere Beach Pkwy. Revere, Mass. 

ZOLLI, FRANCIS C. 

148 Linwood Ave. Newtonville, Mass. Bl 4-8410 
Track I; Sub Turri, Copy Editor 4; Psych, Club 
4; Section Rep. I; Sailing Club 4. pp. 95, 114, 
116, 348. 

ZSALMAN, ROBERT D. 

40 Woodridge Circle Trumbull, Conn. AM 8- 

2110 

Dramatic Society I ; Manager, Basketball Team 

1, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats I, 2; Dorm Council 

2. pp. 225, 348. 



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ABILHEIRA, LOUIS B. 

Harbor View, Bristol, R.I. CL 3-7607 
Academy of Marketing Execs. 4; Berchman 
Society 3; R. I. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Football I; 
Young Republicans 3; Semper Fidelis 4. p. 365. 

ADAMS, THOMAS F. 

56 Upland Rd. Somerville, Mass. 625-7572 
Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3; 
Gold Key I, 2, 3, 4, Keyholder 3, 4; Commence- 
ment Committee 3; Academy for Marketing 
Execs. 3, 4; Election Committee 2, 3, 4; Alumni 
Day Comm.ittee 3. pp. 139, 365. 

AKESON, RICHARD A. 

8 Auburn Rd. Beverly, Mass. WA 2-1409 
Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Academy of Market- 
ing Execs. 4, Pres. 4; Dean's List. pp. 85, 129, 
135, 365. 

ALLEN, DAVID H. 

5 Wellington St. Braintree, Mass. VI 3-4131 
Business Club 2; Accounting Acad. 3, 4; Dean's 
List. p. 365. 

APHOLT, PAUL W. 

562 Trapelo Rd. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-2704 
Finance Club 3, 4; Semper Fidelis 3, 4; Busi- 
ness Club 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. p. 365. 

BAILEY-GATES, JAMES S. 

17 Colony Rd. West Hartford, Conn. 
Conn. Club I, 2; Western Mass. Club I, 2; 
Dorm Council 2; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Busi- 
ness Club I, 2; Marketing Club I, 3. p. 365. 

BARRY, WILLIAM E. 

46 Guernsey St. Roslindale, Mass. FA 3-6495 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 365. 

BEAUCHESNE, PHILLIP T. 

87 Ocean St. Lynn, Mass. 
p. 365. 

BEAUREGARD, RICHARD R. 

32 Brigham St. Hudson, Mass. JO 2-3381 
Cadet Officers' Club 3; Business Club 2: Fi- 
nance Club 3, 4. pp. 86, 154, 365. 

BEGGAN, THOMAS F. JR. 

12 Charlemont St. Dorchester, Mass. TA 5-2079 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; S.A.M. 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 
4; Section Rep. 2; Business Club 2; Dean's 
List. p. 366. 

BIFANO, FRANCIS J. 

141 Carlton St. Brookline, Mass. BE 2-8493 
Finance Club 4; Intramurals I, 2. pp. 86, 366. 

BLOMBERG, DAVID A. 

66 Stratford Rd. West Newton, Mass. DE2- 

9120 

Hockey I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2; Accounting 

Acad. 3, 4. pp. 84, 366. 

BORRELLO, SALVATORE T. 

17 Dalton Rd. Belmont, Mass. IV 9-01 61 
Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4; Young Republicans 
3, 4; Italian Acad. 3, 4, Pres. 4; Finance Club 
3, 4. pp. 86, 366. 

BOYLE, JOHN J. JR. 

995 Woodlane Dr. Cleveland, Ohio HI 2-6950 
Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Beta Gamma Sigma 
3, 4; Senior Week 4, General Chairman; 
Track I; Dean's List. p. 366. 

BRAUN, PETER E. 

9 Colonial Blvd. West Haven, Conn. 

Glee Club I, 2; Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4, Treas. 

4; Conn. Club I; Accounting Acad. 3; Finance 

Club 4; Toastmasters' Circle 4. pp. 138, 278, 

366. 

BRENNAN, FRANCIS X. JR. 

53 Princeton Rd. Arlington, Mass. 
pp. 13, 103, 135, 366. 

BRIEN, JOHN F. 

14 Herbert St. Somerville, Mass. 



BRUNNICK, E. LEO 

156 Dean St. Belmont, Mass. 

Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Heights- 
men; Acad, for Marketing Exec. 3, 4; Section 
Rep. I, 2; Gold Key 2; Alumni Career Coun- 
seling 3; Commencement Committee 3; Intra- 
murals I, 2, 3. pp. 78, 85, 263, 366. 

BUCKLEY, JOHN R. 

138 North St. Medford, Mass. EX 5-3 I 83 
Football I, 2, 3, 4; Commencement Committee 
2; Dorm Council; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 151 
21 1-12, 220, 222, 366. 

BUNKER, CHARLES C. 

54 Manor St. Dorchester, Mass. 
pp. 91, 203, 206, 208-9, 367. 

BURKE, JAMES R. 

123 High St. Newton, Mass. LA 7-3362 
Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 3; Alpha Kappa 
Psi 3, 4; A.M.E. 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. 
pp. 85, 248, 367. 

BYRNE, WILLIAM J. 

142 Gordonhurst Ave. Montclair, N.J. PI 6-3283 
N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Intra- 
murals I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 21 1-13, 216, 219, 223, 367. 

BYRNES, MICHAEL J. JR. 

7 Pleasant St. Medford, Mass. 

Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Beta Gamma Sigma 

3, 4; Business Club I, 2, Treas. I, Sec'y. 2; 
Accounting Acad. I, 2, 3, 4; Italian Acad. 3; 
Intramurals I; Dean's List. pp. 91, 129, 135, 367. 

CALLAHAN, DENNIS J. JR. 

50 Florence Ave. Arlington, Mass. 
Commencement Committee 3; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 
3; Accounting Acad. 4; Dean's List. p. 367. 

CAMPANELLI, RONALD M. 

44 Ellsmore Terr. Braintree, Mass. VI 3-2696 
Honors Program 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; 
Alumni Career Counseling; Semper Fidelis 2, 3, 
4; Finance Club 3, 4; Hockey I. pp. 86, 97, 
135, 138, 367. 

CAPODILUPO, ANTHONY F. 

1716 Beacon St. Brookline, Mass. LO 6-6128 
Honors Program 2; Dramatic Society I, 2, 3, 

4, Pres. 4; Finance Club 3; Rod & Gun 3; 
Italian Acad. 4; Dean's List. pp. 80-81, 367. 

CAPRIO, ROBERT J. 

58 Holmes Terr. Whitman, Mass. Gl 7-4854 
S.A.M. 3, 4, Treas. 4; Intramurals I, 2; Sub 
Turri 4. p. 367. 

CARBONE, ANDREW J. 

9 Beverly Hills Ave, Beverly, Mass. WA 2-7983 
Finance Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2. pp. 86, 367. 

CARFAGNO, PHILIP D. 

338 Concord Ave. Cambridge, Mass. 
p. 368. 

CARLOW, RICHARD D. 

137 Friend St. Adams, Mass. 743-2477 

Western Mass. Club I, 2; Cadet Officers' Club 

3, 4. pp. 153, 154, 368. 

CARMICHAEL, DANIEL R. 

77 Woodcock Rd. Westbury L.I., N.Y. ED 3- 

2378 

N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Rod & Gun 3, 4; Finance 

Club 3, 4; Dorm Council 2; Intramurals I, 2, 3; 

Dean's List. p. 368. 

CARNEY, PHILIP J. 

9 Will Sawyer St. Peabody, Mass. JE 1-7931 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Acad, of Marketing Exec. 
3, 4. pp. 85, 368. 

CARR, CHARLES J. 

16 Fermoy Hts. Ave. Dorchester, Mass. 
Student Senate Vice-Pres. 2. 



CASIERI, EDWARD P. 

18 Angela Terr. Brockton, Mass. 
Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Accounting Acad. 3, 
4; Italian Acad, 4; Library Committee Chair- 
man, pp. 135, 153, 368. 

CASSIDY, WILLIAM J. 

17 Hampshire St. Danvers, Mass. SP 4-9040 
Business Club I; Finance Club 3, 4; Rod & Gun 
4. p. 368. 

CELESTE, WILLIAM E. 

9 Trapelo St. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-7876 
Accounting Acad. 3, 4; Honors Program 2, 3, 
4. pp. 135, 368. 

CELINO, FRANK P. 

57 Center St. East Weymouth, Mass. ED 5-9220 
Gold Key I, 2; Finance Club 3, 4; Intramurals 
3. pp. 86, 368. 

CHAMBERLAIN, THOMAS P. 

354 Mt. Vernon St. Dedham, Mass. 
pp. 85, 368. 

CHEVALIER, CHARLES R. 

130 Walford Wy. Charlestown, Mass. CH 2- 

4497 

Baseball I, 2; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Marketing 

Club I, 2. pp. 85, 203-8, 225-31, 369. 

CIZNEROS, DIEGO 

Apartado 1615 Caracas, Venez. 337076 

Gold Key I; Economics Acad. 2; Dramatic 

Soc. 2, 3; Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4. p. 138. 

CODY, PAUL H. 

Old Mill Point W. Harwich, Mass. 

COFFEY, DANIEL J. JR. 

231 Washington St, Arlington, Mass. Ml 8-2887 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Heightsmen; Acad, of Mar- 
keting Execs. 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 
85, 369. 

CONNELLY, FRANCIS B. 

28 Fox St. Dorchester, Mass. EM 1-6856 
Accounting Acad. 3, 4. p. 369. 

CONNOR, LAWRENCE J. 

63 Newport St. Arlington, Mass. 
Business Club 2; Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4; 
Academy of Marketing Execs. 4; Dean's List 3. 
pp. 85, 151, 369. 

CORCORAN, JOSEPH J. 

18 Irving St. Medford, Mass. EX 6-507 1 
Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Marketing Club 2, 3, 
4. p. 138. 

COSTELLO, EDWARD J. JR. 

14 Hillcroft Rd. Jamaica Plain, Mass. JA 4-4941 
Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Section Rep. 3, 4; Sub 
Turri 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Finance Club 3, 
4, pp. 86, 139, 369. 

COUGHLIN, DANIEL J. JR. 

107 Conwell Ave. W. Somerville, Mass. MO 6- 
1369 

Gold Key I, 2, 3, 4, Key Holder 3, 4; Com- 
mencement Committee Gen'l Chairman; Delta 
Sigma Pi 3, 4, Treas. 4. pp. 139, 369. 

COUTURE, F. RICHARD 

I 8-1 3th St. Melrose, Mass. NO 5-2953 

Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Accounting Acad. 3, 4; 

Dean's List. pp. 135, 369. 

COWLES, JOHN F. 

31 Brooks St. Maynard, Mass. TW 7-7874 
Business Club 2; Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4; 
Intramurals 2, 3; Finance Club 3, 4. p. 369. 

COYLE, GERARD J. 

3 Parker Hill Terrace Roxbury, Mass. BE 2-673 1 
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 4; 
WVBC 3; Y.A.F. 4. pp. 203, 369. 

COYLE, JOHN B. 

153 Arlington St. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-9520 
Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Academy of Marketing 
Execs. 3; Toastmaster's Circle 2; Baseball 2, 3, 
4; Hockey I; Intramurals. pp. 138, 206, 209, 370. 



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CREIGHTON, ROBERT E. 

12 Highland Terr. Needham, Mass. HI 9-0721 
Cadet Officers' Club 3. p. 370. 

CRISAFI, CHRISTOPHER J. 

I Evergreen Ave. Somerville, Mass. 

Debating Society I, 2, Sec'y. 2; Cadet Officers' 

Club 3, 4. p. 370. 

CUNIS, WILLIAM L 

38 Fountain St. Ashland, Mass. 873-8916 
Marketing Club; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 
3, 4. pp. 203, 206-7, 209, 370. 

DAVIS, JOHN W. 

45 Endicott Rd. Stoneham, Mass. 438-0415 
Section Rep. 3; Baseball 3; Academy of Mar- 
keting Execs. 3, 4. p. 370. 

DEELEY, PAUL J. 

68 Marlboro St. Belmont, Mass. 
p. 370. 

DE FLUMERI, VINCENT A. 

42 Williams St. Chelsea, Mass. 

Academy of Marketing Execs. 4. p. 211, 370. 

DE MARCO, JAMES R. 

43 Bay State Rd. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Finance Club 3, 4; Pub. Speaking Club 2, 3; 
Sold Key 2; Western Mass. Club I, 2; Intra- 
murals I, 2, 3, 4; Semper Fidelis 3, 4. pp. 
86, 370. 

DE MULDER, ROBERT H. 

141 Summer St. Marshfield, Mass. 
Glee Club I; Dorm Council 2; Academy of 
Marketing Execs. 3, 4; Accounting Acad. 2; 
Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 4. 
pp. 85, 370. 

DERCOLE, ALBERT M. 

20 Myrtle Ave. Cambridge, Mass. Kl 7-0247 
Glee Club 3, 4. p. 371. 

DeSALVO, ROBERT J. 

32 Waverly St. Everett, Mass. 
p. 135. 

DE ZEGO, CONRAD J. 

2412 Quentin Rd. Brooklyn, N.Y. Nl 5-5456 
Alpha Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4; Finance Club 3, 4; 
S.A.M. I; N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 
I, 2. 3, 4; Dorm Council I; Sub Turn I. pp. 
138, 275, 371. 

Dl BELARDINO, MARIO A. 

71-55 170th St. Flushing, N.Y. AX 7-4629 
Sub Turri 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4; Toastmas- 
ter's Circle 3, 4, Pres. 4; Business Club I, 2, Pres. 
2; Alpha Sigma Nu 3, 4, Treas. 4; Beta Gamma 
Sigma 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4; Honors 
Program 2, 3, 4; Film Society I, 2, Director 2; 
Junior Week 3, Publicity Chairman 3; Student 
Senate Sec'y. I; Dorm Council I; Orientation 
4; Military Ball Committee 3, 4, Treas. 4; Lewis 
Drill Team I; WVBC I, 2; Gold Key 2; Dean's 
List. pp. 3, 94, I 13, 128, 135, 138, 152, 154, 
294, 371. 

DILLON, RICHARD P. 

4 Ripley Rd. Belmont, Mass. 
p. 371. 

Dl SILVA, THOMAS A. 

9 Howe St. Watertown, Mass. WA 4-5142 
p. 371. 

DOHERTY, EDWARD D. 

614 East St. Dedham, Mass. DA 6-0888 
Finance Club; Intramurals; Junior Week Com- 
mittee, p. 371. 

DOHERTY, PAUL J. 

695 Heath St. Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4, Sec'y. -Treas.; Bl. Ol. 
Plunkett 4; Section Rep. I; Honors Program 2, 
3, 4; Academy of Marketing Execs. 3, 4; Dean's 
List. pp. 13, 84, 129, 135, 371. 

DOLAN, JOSEPH F. JR. 

20 Highland Ave. Lexington, Mass. VO 2-0685 
Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4; Election Commissioner 4; 
Gold Key I, 2, 3, 4, Key Holder 3, 4; Business 
Club I, 2; Finance Club 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3; 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 74, 139, 154, 371. 



DONOGHUE, LAURENCE J. 

99 Beaumont St. Dorchester, Mass. GE 6-3391 
Business Club I, 2; Marketing Club 4; Intra- 
mural Athletics I, 2, 3. 4; Commencement Ball 
4; R. I. Club 4. p. 371. 

DONOVAN, JAMES C. 

79 Parkton Rd. Jamaica Plain, Mass. JA 4-2956 
Finance Club 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett Society 3. 
p. 372. 

DONOVAN, WILLIAM D. JR. 

6 Sparhawk St. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-0100 
Foreign Trade Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Eco- 
nomics Acad. 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 4; Intramurals 2, 
3, 4; Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Omicron 
Chi Epsilon 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Beta Gamma 
Sigma 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2, 3; Toastmaster's 
Club 4; Honors Program 4; Junior Show 3, 
Stage Manager 3; Dean's List. pp. 87, 94, 130, 
135, 139, 372. 

DONOVAN, WILLIAM J. JR. 

3 12 North Forest Ave. Rockville Centre, N.Y. 
RO 4-8348 

Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; N.Y. Club. pp. 225-8, 231. 
372. 

DOWD, ROBERT E. 

87 Summer St. Dorchester, Mass. 

DOYLE, KEVIN T. 

4 Glenhaven Rd. West Roxbury, Mass. FA 5- 
9812 

Gold Key I, 2, 3, 4; Academy for Marketing 
Execs. 2, 3, 4; Commencement Committee 3; 
Business Club I, 2. pp. 85, 372. 

DRISCOLL, CHARLES P. JR. 

52 Boundary Rd. Maiden, Mass. DA 2-6262 
Hockey 1 , 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Fi- 
nance Club 3, 4; Semper Fidelis I, 2, 3, 4. 
pp. 233-41, 255, 372. 

DUFFY, KEVIN D. 

83 Colonia Ave. Waltham, Mass. 
Intramurals 2, 3. 

DULLEA, MAURICE V. 

14 Berlin Ave. Milton, Mass. OX 8-0563 
Business Club I, 2; Finance Club 3, 4; Bl. Ol 
Plunkett 3; Gold Key 3; Varsity Track 2; Intra- 
mural 2, 3, 4; Football Manager I; Sub Turri 
4; Section Rep. 4. pp. 86, 372. 

EAGER, JOHN A. 

133 Pleasant St. North Adams, Mass. MO 3- 

9424 

S.A.M. 3, 4; Ski Club 2; Western Mass. Club 

1. pp. 91, 372. 

EVEN, DONALD G. 

65 Jasper Dr. Buffalo, N.Y. 

Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; 

Cadet Officers' Club 3; N.Y. Club I; Western 

N.Y. Club 3; Band Manager I. pp. 153, 156, 

372. 

FARRELL, DENNIS T. 

13 Sargent Ave. Somerville, Mass. MO 6-1 127 
Marketing Acad.; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 85, 
372. 

FARRELL, KEVIN R. 

35 Crescent Ave. Revere, Mass. 
Accounting Acad. 3, 4. p. 373. 

FEENEY, OWEN V. 

26 Ramapo Rd. Garnerville, N.Y. HA 9-2373 
N.Y. Club I; Dean's List. p. 373. 

FERRIS, ROBERT J. 

77 North St. No. Reading, Mass. 4-3538 
Finance Club 3, 4; Cadet Officers' Club 3; 
Dean's List. pp. 86, 373. 

FLYNN, GEORGE H. 

82 Cresthill Rd. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-2 145 
Academy for Marketing Execs. 3. 4; Gold Key 

2, 3, 4; Radio Club 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 85, 
373. 

FOLEY, JEREMIAH J. 

637 Gallivan Blvd. Dorchester, Mass. GE 6-4538 
Golf Team 2, 3. 4; Economics Acad. 3, 4; For- 
eign Trade Club 3, 4, Treas. 4; Toastmaster's 
Circle 4; Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 
2, 3; Dean's List. pp. 87, 94, 135, 248, 373. 



FRENCH, ROY A. 

38 Avondale Drive Islip N.Y. JU 1-2885 
Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4; Accounting Acad. 3, 4; 
N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4. pp. 84, 139, 
144, 277, 373. 

FUCCILLO, RONALD A. 

383 Lovell St. E. Boston, Moss. LO 9-0628 
Intramurals I. p. 373. 

FURRER, PAUL R. 

148 Washington Ave. Chatham, N.J. ME 5-8353 
Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Section Rep. 2, 3; Bas- 
ketball I. pp. 139, 373. 

GALLANT, RICHARD H. 

20 Muren St. So. Bellingham, Mass TU 3-6865 
Academy of Marketing Execs. I. p. 373. 

GANEM, CHARLES F. 

41 Ivaloo St. Somerville, Mass. PR 6-2641 
Football I, 2, 3, 4; Manager; S.A.M. 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List. pp. 91, 21 I, 374. 

GAUTREAU, DONALD J. 

30 Swain's Pond Ave. Maiden, Mass. DA 2-5836 
Football I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 21 1-12, 220. 

GELSOMINI, NICHOLAS J. 

73 Union St. Quincy, Mass. GR 9-3485 
Football I ; Academy of Marketing Execs. 4, 
Treas. 4; Italian Acad. 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 
pp. 85, 374. 

GILLIS, JOHN W. 

Chapel St. Ashburnham, Mass. TA 7-4068 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Accounting Acad. 3; 
Academy of Marketing Execs. 4. pp. 85, 285, 
374. 

GLENNON, JAMES E. 

12 Chester Rd. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-3395 
Intramurals I; Toastmaster's Circle I, 3; Finance 
Club 4; Journal of Business 3. pp. 86, 374. 

GOODHUE, GEORGE A. JR. 

8 Russell Rd. Braintree, Mass. VI 3-1688 
Finance Club 3, 4; Section Rep. 2; Intramurals 
I, 2, 3, 4. p. 374. 

GORGONE, JOSEPH R. 

83 Lexington St. Auburndale, Mass. LA 7-8984 
Intramurals I, -2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3. p. 374 

GRANT, GEORGE F. 

447 Poplar St. Roslindale, Mass. FA 5-1556 
Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Copt. 4; Academy of Market- 
ing Execs. 3, 4; Baseball I; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 
pp. 85, 232, 233, 235, 237-40, 374. 

GRAY, CARL D. 

90 Parmenter Rd. Waltham, Mass. TW 4-0826 

GRAY, JAMES J. JR. 

67 Cottage St. Everett, Mass. DU 7-9129 

Gold Key I; S.A.M. 2, 3, 4; Section Rep. 4; 

Dean's List. p. 374. 

GREELY, GERALD D. 

18 Gloucester Ave. Gloucester, Mass. 4552 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4; 
Military Ball Committee 3, Chairman 4; Rod & 
Gun 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Dorm Council I; Dean's 
List. pp. 47, 153, 154, 203-4, 208, 253, 285, 375. 

GUNDERMANN, ROBERT S. 

581 Linden St. W. Hempstead, N.Y. IV 1-8069 
Dormitory Council; Baseball I, 2; Finance Club 
3; Business Club 3; N.Y. Club 1 , 2, 3, 4. pp. 
275, 284, 375. 

HACKETT, JOHN A. 

I Monument St. W. Medford, Mass. HU 3-4435 
Gold Key 2, 3, 4; Chairman Informal Dance, 
Senior Week 4; Junior Week Committee 3; 
Commencement Committee 3; Intramurals I, 2, 
3, 4; Finance Club 3, 4; Alumni Career Coun- 
seling 4; Alumni Day Committee 3. p. 375. 

HAGAN, THOMAS J. 

7 Morton Terr. Milton, Mass. 
Track I, 2, 3; Business Club I, 2; Economics 
Acad. 2, 3, 4; Foreign Trade Club 3, 4; Delta 
Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Dean's 
List. pp. 87, 94, 135, 154, 375. 



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HAGGERTY, PAUL C. 

15 Englewood Rd. Winchester, Mass. PA 4-4757 
Accounting Acad. 3, 4; Journal of Business 3, 
4, Editor 4. pp. 106, 375. 

HAMEL, JOSEPH D. 

28 Colborne Rd. Apt. 2 Brighton, Mass. 

Honors Program 2, 3, 4; S.A.M. 3, 4; Dean's 
List. pp. 135. 375. 

HARRIGAN, FREDERICK J. JR. 

3 Curtis St. Claremont, N.H. 54-2-5419 
S.A.M. 3, 4, Vice-Pres.; Sub Turri Sales Manager 
4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; pp. 
91. I 14, I 16, 263. 275, 375, 448. 

HARRIS, JOHN P. 

50 Fairview St. Roslindale, Mass. FA 5-1329 

Lewis Drill Team I, 2, 3, 4. p. 375. 

HART, RICHARD J. 

38 Middlesex St. Cambridge, Mass. UN 4-7274 
Intramurals I. 2; Accounting Acad. 4. p. 375, 

HART, RICHARD N. JR. 

45 Albion Rd. Wollaston, Mass. GR 9-2263 
Accounting Acad. 3, 4; Psych. Club 4; Young 
Democrats 4. pp. 84, 376. 

HEGGIE, GERALD A. 

1842 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, Mass. AS 7- 

7843 

Football I, 2; Hockey 1 , 2, 3, 4; Section Rep. I, 

2; Finance Club 3, 4; Sailing Club I, 2; Junior 

Week Committee 3. pp. 86, 376. 

HEGGIE, JAMES J. Ill 

395 York St. Canton, Mass. 828-2235 

Football I, 2; Hockey I, 2, 3, 4; Finance Club 

3, 4; Sailing Team I. 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Comm 

3; p. 376. 

HEILER, LEE A. JR. 

44 Antwerp St. Milton, Mass. OX 6-4592 
Accounting Acad. 3, 4; Cadet Officers' Club 
3, 4, Treas.; Dean's List. pp. 84, 151, 153, 376. 

HERNANDES, FRANCISCO R. 

250 San Jorje St. Santurce, Puerto Rico 722- 

8868 

Accounting Acad. 3, 4; Spanish Acad. 3, 4; 

Cadet Officers' Club 3; Academy of Marketing 

Execs. 4; Dean's List. pp. 84, 97, 376. 

HIGGINSON, THOMAS J. 

997 High St. Fall River, Mass. 

S.A.M. 3, 4; Economics Acad. I; Dean's List. 

pp. 91, 376. 

HOFFMAN, KENNETH C. JR. 

128 2nd Ave. Pelham, N.Y. 
pp. 269, 376. 

HOFFMAN, PAUL A. 

38 Estey St. Maiden, Mass. 
p. 376. 

HORAN, THOMAS D. 

9 Robken Rd. Roslindale, Mass. 323-9189 
Academy of Marketing Execs. 3, 4; Semper 
Fidelis 3, 4; Journal of Business, p. 376. 

HORRIGAN, KEVIN P. 

484 South St. Quincy, Mass. 
pp. 87, 154, 377. 

HORRIGAN, PAUL M. 

2 Old Colony Terr. Dorchester, Mass AV 2-0368 
Academy for Marketing Execs. 3, 4; Intramurals 
I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 377. 

HOULIHAN, JOHN F. 

173 Beech St. Holyoke, Mass. JE 2-3351 

Sub Turri 4; Finance Club 3, 4; Bellarmine Law 

& Gov't. I, 2; Rod & Gun I, 2, 4; Intramurals 

I, 2, 3, 4; Business Club I; WVBC 2. pp. 86, 

377. 

HUBBARD, THOMAS J. JR. 

25 Aquavia Rd. Medford, Mass. EX 5-1436 
Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 2, 
3, 4. pp. 91, 135, 377. 

HUGHES, CHARLES A. 

8 Harmon St. Mattapan, Mass. CY 8-6236 
Section Rep. 2; Finance Club 3, 4; Intramurals 
I, 2, 3, 4; Marketing Academy 4. p. 377. 



HUNTER, DAVID T. 

51 Unity Ave. Belmont IV 4-7025 
Student Senate 4; Section Rep. I; Hockey 
Manager I, 2, 3, 4; Finance Club 3, 4; Cadet 
Officers' Club 3, 4; Sullivan Award Banquet 4; 
Orientation 4; Senior Week Committee 4; 
Dean's List. pp. 86, I 19, 147, 151, 156, 233, 377. 

HURLEY, JOHN F. X. 

15 McKone St. Dorchester Mass. AV 2-405 1 
Journal of Business 3, 4; The Heights 3; Section 
Rep. I; Toastmaster's Circle I; Intramurals I, 
2; Dean's List. p. 377. 

HURLEY, PAUL J. 

723 Belmont St. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-0953 

Accounting Acad. 3, 4. p. 377. 

IGOE, PETER A. JR. 

Islip Ave. Islip, N.Y. JU 1-1460 
N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Rod & Gun I, 2, 3, 4; 
Marketing Club I, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3. pp. 
90, 377. 

KACERGIS, CLEMENT C. 

43 Bradford St. Provihcetown, Mass. 602 
Football I, 2, 3, 4; Acad, of Marketing Execs. 
2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2 3, 4. pp. 85, 378. 

KAZMIERCZAK, JOHN S. 

473 1 Milnor St. Phil., Pa. 
pp. 91, 135, 378. 

KELLEY, RICHARD L 

16 Pawlman Circle W. Roxbury, Mass. FA 7- 
8851 

Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4; Accounting Acad. 
4. p. 378. 

KIERNAN, DONALD E. 

78 Kilhan Ave. Trumbull, Conn. 
Accounting Acad. 3, 4; Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 
4; Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4; Honors Program 
2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 84, 129, 135, 139, 144, 
297, 378. 

KILGARRIFF, THOMAS J. 

44 Parklawn Rd. W. Roxbury, Mass. FA 5-2095 
Accounting Acad. 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. 
p. 378. 

KILROY, BERNARD T. 

II Wilson St. Natick, Mass. OL 3-3673 
Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List I, 2, 3. pp. 203, 
206-7, 378. 

KIROUAC, LOUIS A. 

299 So. Elm St. Manchester, N.H. 

Football I, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3. pp. 211-12, 

215, 218, 220, 378. 

KOLEK, KENNETH J. 

II Dawson St. Pawtucket, R.I. PA 5-6899 
Business Club I, 2; Intramurals I, 2, 3; R. I. 
Club I, 2, 3, 4; Social Chairman Gold Key 2, 3; 
Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4; Bellarmine Low & 
Gov't. 4. pp. 85, 93, 144, 151, 378. 

KOZA, JOHN W. 

130 Arnold St. Quincy, Mass. GR 2-7323 

Foreign Trade Club 4; Gold Key 2, 3, 4; Eco- 
nomics Acad. 3, 4; Election Comm. 3, 4; Com- 
mencement Comm. 3; Section Rep. 2; Business 
Club I; Orientation 2, 3 ,4. Dean's List. pp. 74, 
87, 378. 

KRIKORIAN, KARL J. 

42 Tenth St. Providence, R.I. JA 1-61 19 

Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3, 4. pp. 2 I 1 , 2 I 5, 379. 

KUPCHUNOS, WALTER J. 

323 Graham Rd. Wapping, Conn. M I 4-0592 
Rod & Gun I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; 
Finance Club 3, 4; Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4; 
Conn. Club I, 2; Junior Week Committee 3. 
pp. 86, 90, 97, 151, 285, 379. 

LA FRENIERE, RICHARD L. 

28 Taft St. No. Adams, Mass. MO 3-3024 
West. Mass. Club I, 2, Sec'y. 2; Cadet Officers' 
Club 3, 4. pp. 153, 379. 

LANDRY, ALBERT J. JR. 

102 Ledge Dr. Berlin, Conn. 

Economics Acad. 3, 4; Accounting Acad. 4; 

Intramurals I, 2, 3. pp. 84, 379. 



LANGLOIS, ROBERT L. 

Tucker Rd. No. Dartmouth, Mass. WY 3-3096 
Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Finance Club 3, 4; 
Business 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 86, 
138, 379. 

LARNER, THOMAS F. 

4 Myrtlebank Ave. Dorchester, Mass. AV 2-8484 
Toastmaster's Circle I, 2, 3, 4; Economics Acad. 

1, 2, Vice-Pres. 4; Finance Club 3, 4. pp. 94, 
135. 

LA VALLE, RALPH W. 

29 Crosby St. Arlington, Mass. 
p. 379. 

LAWLESS, RICHARD J. 

65 Faneuil St. Brighton, Mass. 

LEARY, KEVIN W. 

480 Brook Rd. Milton, Mass. OX 8-6632 
Alpha Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4; Student Senate Vice- 
Pres. 3, 4; Chairman C.B.A. Banquet 4; Junior 
Week 3; Public Affairs Forum 3; Sub Turri 3. 
pp. I 19, 138, 268, 379. 

LEE, THOMAS F. 

322 Mount Vernon St. Dedham, Mass. DA 9-9299 
p. 379. 

LEEHIVE, WILLIAM F. JR. 

30 Emerson St. Kingston, N.Y. FE 8-3287 
Business Club 2; N. Y. Club 2, 4; R. I. Club 
4; Finance Club 4. pp. 144-5, 379. 

LEYDON, JOHN F. 

43 Prospect Ave. Wollaston, Mass. 

Accounting Acad. 4; Business Club I; Dean's 

List. p. 380. 

LOCKE, RICHARD F. 

16 Partridge St. W. Roxbury, Mass. FA 3-4930 
Dean's List. pp. 154, 380. 

LUNDREGAN, WILLIAM J. Ill 

13 Boardman St. Salem, Mass. PI 4-2818 
Section Rep. 2, 3, 4; Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4; 
Sailing Club I; Business Club I, 2; Bl. Ol. 
Plunkett 4; Accounting Acad. 3, 4. pp. 92, 151, 
154, 156, 380. 

LYNCH, DANIEL J. JR. 

116 Central St. Foxboro, Mass. Kl 3-5231 
Accounting Acad. 4. p. 380. 

MacKINNON, JOHN H. 

I I Robin Hood St. Dorchester, Mass. HI 2-4949 
Accounting Acad. 3, 4; Business Club I; Orien- 
tation 4; Sub Turn 4; Intramurals I. pp. 84, 380. 

MacMURRAY, PETER G. 

8 Diab Lane Cohasset, Mass. 
p. 380. 

MacNEIL, JOHN C. 

24 Powder House Terrace Somerville, Mass. 

625-4843 

Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Gold Key I, 2, 3, 4, Key 

Holder 3, 4; Finance Club 3, 4; Business Club 

2; WVBC I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3. p. 380. 

MACZUBA, JAN S. 

24 3rd St. Lowell, Mass. 

MAHONEY, DANIEL J. 

90 Church St. Westwood, Mass. 
p. 380. 

MAHONEY, HUGH D. 

112 West 9th St. So. Boston, Mass. AN 8-8278 
Business Club I; Intramurals I, 2; Rifle Team 

I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3; Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4; 
Sec'y. 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 4; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 
4; Dean's List. pp. 91, 153, 154, 247, 298, 380. 

MANZI, JOHN J. 

21 Beverly Hill Dr. Shrewsbury, Mass. 
Berchmann Society 2, 3; Young Republicans I, 

2, 3, 4; Italian Acad. 3, 4; Academy for Mar- 
keting Execs. 4. pp. 85, 97, 381. 

MARCZI, ROBERT P. 

745 South Blvd. Alpha N.J. 



470 



MAY, DENNIS P. 

72 East Brown St. West Haven, Conn. WE 3- 

9109 

WVBC I, 2, 3, Station Manager; Glee Club 

I, 2; Conn. Club I; Sodality I. p. 381. 

McCarthy, charles p. 

I Wallace Court Charlestown, Mass. CH 2- 

2466 

Hockey I, 2, 3, 4; Accounting Acad. 4; Young 

Democrats 4. pp. 233-5, 237-8, 240, 381. 

McCarthy, luke k. jr. 

26 Fidelis Way Brighton, Mass. AL 4-7266 
Accounting Acad. 3, 4. p. 381. 

McCarthy, thomas f. 

26 Gurney St. Cambridge, Mass. EL 4-02 19 
Hockey I; Intramurals I, 2; Toastmaster's 
Circle 3. 4; Finance Acad. 3, 4. pp. 86, 94, 381. 

McCORMICK, GERARD F. 

15 Myrtle St. Jamaica Plain, Mass. J A 4-3048 
Accounting Acad. 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. 
p. 381. 

McDAID, JOHN E. 

IIA Bayard St. Allston, Mass. ST 2-5129 

Academy of Marketing Execs. 3, 4; Section Rep. 

1. pp. 85. 381. 

McELHENNEY, ROBERT J. 

6 Myrtle Ave. Cambridge, Mass. 
p. 381. 

McGILL, JOHN G. 

31 I Burncoat St. Worcester, Mass. 

Intramurals I, 2; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I; Section Rep. 

2; Finance Club 3, 4. p. 381. 

McLOUGHLIN, JOHN M. 

102 Woodland Rd. Woonsocket, R.I. PO 2-0190 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; R. I. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Intra- 
murals I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 284, 382. 

McLOUGHLIN, PATRICK A. 

418 W. Truitt Ave. Chillicothe, III. BR 4-3202 
Business Club I; Finance Club 3, 4; Intramurals 

2, 3, 4; Maine Club I; Dean's List. p. 382. 

MELLO, JEROME F. 

37 Hallen Ave. Milton, Mass. OX 8-6570 
Gold Key I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Delta Sigma 
Pi 3, 4; Section Rep. 3; Junior Week Committee 
3; Public Affairs Forum 4; Business Club 2; 
Finance Club 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 74, 139, 
263, 382. 

MEYERS, FREDERICK A. JR. 

8 Leighton St. Natick, Mass. OL 3-2 I 88 
Gold Key I, 2, 3, 4; Student Senate, Treas. 3; 
Delta Sigma Pi 4; Commencement Committee 
3; Dean's List. pp. 139, 154, 382. 

MINUCCI, ALBERT P. 

75 Emerson Rd. Wellesley Hills, Mass. CE 5- 
031 I 

Toastmaster's Circle; Academy of Marketing 
Execs.; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 
85, 94, 382. 

MIRANDA, JORGE A. 

Calle Silva No. 17, 3A Izq, Madrid, Spain 
Spanish Acad. 2, 3; Marketing Acad. 4; Dean's 
List. pp. 97 382. 

MOLONEY, VINCENT G. 

199 Corey St. West Roxbury, Mass. 
Journal of Business I, 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 3, 
4; Heights 2, 3, 4; Humanities 4; Dramatic 
Society 4. p. 106. 

MONTMINY, RAYMOND J. 

29 Waldo St. New Bedford, Mass. WY 5-0878 
Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Business Club I, 2; 
Finance Club 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2; Dorm 
Council I. pp. 86, 139, 382. 

MOONEY, FRANCIS M. 

76 Summer St. Watertown, Mass. WA 4-1 81 5 
Marketing Club 3, 4; Semper Fidelis Club 3, 4. 
pp. 101, 382. 



MULLAHY, MICHAEL J. 

6 Middle St. Watertown, Mass. WA 4-7057 
Intramurals I; Business Club I; Accounting 
Acad. I, 2; Dean's ' ist. p. 382. 

MULLEN, JOHN F. 

437 W. Clinton St. Elmira, N.Y. 
Sub Turri I, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4 
Alpha Sigma Nu 3, 4; Honors Program 2, 3, 4 
Beta Gamma Sigma 4; Section Rep. I, 2, 3, 4 
Accounting Acad. 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Junio 
Week 3; Journal of Business I, 2, 3; Camera 
Club I, 2; Heights I; Dean's List. pp. 3, 84, 
I 13, 128, 135, 138, 383, 449. 

MULLIGAN, PAUL J. 

37 Hamlet St. Arlington, Mass. Ml 8-2562 
Business Club 2, Treas. 2; Accounting Acad. 2; 
Alumni Career Counseling 4; Acad, of Market- 
ing Execs. 4; Dean's List. p. 383. 

MULLOWNEY, MICHAEL E. 

20 Chestnut St. Brookline, Mass. BE 2-4347 
Baseball I; Hockey I, 2, 3; Finance Club 2, 3, 
4. p. 383. 

MURPHY, CHARLES L. JR. 

250 Blue Hills Pkwy. Milton, Mass. OX 8-5924 
Rifle Team I, 2; Lewis Drill Team 3; Gold Key 
2; Finance Club 4; Cadet Officers' Club 3; 
Intramurals I. p. 383. 

MURPHY, RICHARD J. JR. 

227 Sycamore St. Watertown, Mass. IV 4-7387 
Gold Key 2, 3, 4, Key Holder; Lewis Drill Team 
I, 2; Rifle Team I; Section Rep. I. p. 383. 

MURRAY, JOHN J. JR. 

7 Lowell St. Woburn, Mass. WE 3-2776 
Accounting Acad. 4; Chess Club I; Dean's List, 
pp. 153, 383. 

MURRAY, ROBERT J. 

18 Niles St. Brighton, Mass. 
pp. 91, 135, 383. 

MURRAY, THOMAS J. 

92 Fairmont St. Dorchester, Mass. CY 6-5989 
Accounting Acad. 4; Business Club 4; Bl. Ol. 
Plunkett 4. p. 383. 

NELSON, ROBERT J. 

115 Northdale Rd. W. Roxbury, Mass. 323-3450 
p. 383. 

NICHOLAS, LOUIS J. 

84 Summerhill Rd. Maynard, Mass. TW 7-2 1 34 
Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; World Rel. League 3; 
Academy for Marketing Execs. 3, 4; Dean's List, 
pp. 85, 384. 

NIEMIRO, PAUL S. 

61 Woodbridge St. So. Hadley, Mass. JE 2-8576 
Band I, 2, 3, 4; Psych. Club I, 2; Finance Club 
3; Journal of Business 3, 4. pp. 152, 384. 

NORTON, PAUL T. 

29 Whipple Ave. Roslindale, Mass. FA 5-2196 
Accounting Acad. 4; Section Rep. 3, 4; Honors 
Program 4; Executive Seminar 4; Dean's List, 
pp. 84, 135, 384. 

O'BRIEN, ROBERT E. 

14 Mount Vernon East, East Weymouth, Mass. 
ED 5-6328 

Section Rep. I; Finance Club 3, 4; Toastmas- 
ter's Circle 3, 4, Treas. 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 
4, Vice-Pres. 4. pp. 86, 138, 281, 384. 

O'BRIEN, ROBERT K. 

19 Fairmount St. Medford, Mass. 
S.A.M. 3, 4; Gold Key 2. p. 384. 

O'CONNELL, JAMES J. 

19 Dane St. Somerville, Mass. 

Gold Key 3; Commencement Committee 3; 

Accounting Acad. 4; Dean's List. p. 384. 

O'CONNOR, DENNIS L. 

IS9 Liberty St. Rockland, Mass. TR 8-5386 
Accounting Acad. 3, 4; Honors Program 3, 4; 
Orientation 3; Section Rep. I; Intramurals I; 
Dean's List. pp. 13, 84, 103, 135, 384. 



O'CONNOR, HUGH M. 

21 Wheatland Ave. Dorchester, Moss. 265-7957 
Academy of Marketing Execs. 3, 4; Dean's 
List. pp. 85, 384. 

O'CONNOR, JAMES F. 

28 Malcolm Rd. Jamaica Plain, Mass. JA 4- 
3540 

Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4, Pres. 4; Alpha Sigma 
Nu 3, 4; Gold Key 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Key- 
holder 3, 4; Honors Program 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; 
Accounting Acad. 3, 4; Sub -Turri 4, Sports 
Editor; Business Club I, 2; Sodality I, 2. pp. 
13, 74, 84, I 15, 128-29, 135, 295, 384. 

O'CONNOR, ROBERT J. 

42 Ware St. Somerville, Mass. MU 6-3874 
Freshman Debating Society; Academy of Mar- 
keting Execs, pp. 85, 385. 

O'DELL, CHARLES E. 

7 Lillian Rd. Wollaston, Mass. PR 3-63 1 3 
Accounting Acad. I; Business Club 2; Cadet 
Officers' Club 3, 4; R. I. Club 4; Sub Turri 4. 
pp. 145, 151, 154, 385. 

O'KEEFE, JOHN A. 

32 Cranmore Rd. Norwood, Mass. 762-0985 
Honors Program 2; Y.A.F. 4; Section Rep. 2, 4; 
Dean's List. p. 385. 

O'KEEFE, THOMAS F. 

74 Webster St. Arlington, Mass. Ml 3-7567 
Gold Key I, 2; Business Club 2; Hockey 2; 
Bl. Ol. Plunkett 4; Accounting Acad. 3, 4, 
Treas. 4. pp. 85, 385. 

O'MALLEY, EDWARD M. 

107 E 7th Rd. Broad Channel, N.Y. NE 4-3726 
Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4; Accounting Acad. 
4; Hist. Society 3. pp. 151, 385. 

O'NEIL, RICHARD 

179 Fairview Ave. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-4684 
Baseball I, 2, 3; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Ac- 
counting Acad. 4. p. 385. 

OUELLETTE, HENRY L. 

1590 Cambridge St. Cambridge, Mass. UN 4- 

7195 

Football I, 2; Academy of Marketing Execs. 

Sec'y. 4; Dean's List. pp. 84, 385. 

PETRALIA, RONALD R. 

14 Camp St. Cambridge, Mass. 
Rifle Team I ; Debating Team I ; Cadet Officers' 
Club 3, 4; Italian Acad. 3, 4, Sec'y. 4; Finance 
Club 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 86, 151, 385. 

PICKERING, DAVID M. 

717 E. Seventh St. S. Boston, Mass. AN 8-7238 
Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Academy of Marketing 
Execs. 3, 4;; Intramurals I, 3. p. 385. 

PINCH, CHARLES B. 

Bolles Court Quaker Hill, Conn. Gl 2-421 I 
Football I, 2, Ass't. Coach Fr. 3, 4; Basketball 
I, 2, 3, 4; Academy of Marketing Execs. Vice- 
Pres. 4; Dean's List. pp. 85, 386. 

RAFTERY, EDWARD J. 

84 Garfield Ave. Danbury, Conn. PI 8-7700 
Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Spanish Acad. I ; Conn. 
Club I, 2, 3. pp. 138, 386. 

RATTIGAN, ROBERT T. 

220 Hanover St. Boston, Mass. 

Section Rep. I; Journal of Business 3, 4; 

Heights 3; Honors Program 2, 3, 4. pp. 135, 386. 

RAWDON, CHARLES F. 

45 Edwin St. Dorchester, Mass. CO 5- 1 707 
Accounting Acad. 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List. p. 386. 

REED, LEO A. 

360 Park St. West Roxbury, Mass. 
Cheerleader I, 2; Finance Club 3, 4. p. 386. 

RICHARDS, PAUL G. 

99 Marlboro St. Wollaston, Mass. 
Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Accounting Acad. 3, 4; 
Toastmaster's Circle 3; Basketball I; Gold Key 
2; Commencement Committee 3; Junior Week 
3. pp. 138, 386. 



471 



ROBILLARD. PHILIP J. 

67 A Clifton St. Cambridge, Mass. EL 4-6748 
Finance Club 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 86, 386. 

RYAN, JAMES F. 

95 Plymouth Ave. Swampscott, Mass. 

SANFORD, LAWRENCE F. 

71 Elm St. Melrose, Mass. NO 5-4544 
Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Finance Club Treas. 3, 
Pres. 4; Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Delta 
Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Hockey I, 3, 4; Intramurals 
I, 3; Dean's List. pp. 86, 135, 139, 248, 386. 

SANTORO, VINCENT J. 

39 Chilton St. Cambridge, Mass. Kl 7-8683 
Accounting Acad. 3; 4; Lewis Drill Team I, 2 
3. p. 386. 

SCADUTO-MENDOLA FRANCESCO 

Via Archimede 120 Rome, Italy 878495 
Sub Turri 4, Associate Editor; Honors Program 
2, 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Nu 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Omicron Chi Epsilon 3, 4; Italian Acad. 4, 
Vice-Pres. 4; Heights 2, 3; Debating Society 

1, 2; Junior Week 3, Publicity Chairman; Film 
Society I, 2, Treas. 2; Dean's List. pp. 97, 113, 
I 16, 128-29, 130, 135, 387. 

SCOTT, WARREN W. 

152 Madison St. Dedham, Mass. DA 9-9412 
Business Club 2; Academy for Marketing 
Execs. 4; Dean's List. pp. 85, 387. 

SHAVOR, PAUL W. 

15 Waring Rd. Natick, Mass. OL 3-9335 

Band I, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; WVBC 

2, 3, Manager 3. p. 387. 

SHEEHAN, JOSEPH H. 

24 Boundary Rd. Maiden, Mass. DA 4-3042 
Business Club 1 , 2. p. 387. 

SIGNORELLO, VINCENT M. 

8 Yeoman St. Boston, Mass. 

Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 
4; Italian Acad. 4; S.A.M. 3, 4; Dean's List. 
pp. 129, 135, 153, 154, 387. 

SILVA, ANTOLIN JR. 

179 Lincoln St. Boston, Mass. HA 6-0258 
Spanish Acad. Sec'y. 3; Dean's List. pp. 97, 387. 

SPENLINHAUER, JOHN E. 

98 Rutledge Rd. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-532 1 
S.A.M. Sec'y. 3, 4. p. 387. 

SULLIVAN, DANIEL J. 

62 Saxton St. Dorchester, Mass. CO 5-7147 
Football I, 2, 3, 4; Hockey I; Track 2, 3; Dean's 
List. pp. 21 1-13, 221, 223, 387. 



SULLIVAN, FRANCIS J. 

29 Revere Rd. Manhasset, N.Y. MA 7-5725 
Finance Acad. 3, 4; N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball I, 2; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council, 
pp. 86, 278, 387. 

SULLIVAN, PAUL F. 

26 Dearborn St. Springfield, Mass. RE 3-6948 
Young Democrats I; Marketing Club 3, 4; 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. 

SWEENEY, CHRISTOPHER J. JR. 

22 Longfellow Rd. Cambridge, Mass. TR 6-8974 
Accounting Acad. 3, 4; Intramurals I; Dean's 
List. p. 388. 

SWEENEY, WILLIAM F. 

17 North Hill Ave. Needham. Mass. 
p. 388. 

SWIFT, RICHARD E. 

6 Richmond Ave. Milford, Mass. GR 3-4372 
Finance Club 3. 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's 
List. pp. 86, 388. 

TILSLEY, ROY W. 

10 Lamoine St. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-8879 
Freshman Hockey I; Accounting Acad. 2, 3, 4; 
Orientation 4; Dean's List. p. 388. 

TOWLE, JOHN F. JR. 

33 Powder House Rd. Medford, Mass. EX 6- 

6953 

Gold Key 2, 3, 4; Academy for Marketing 

Execs. 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Commencement 

Committee 3; Dean's List. pp. 74, 284, 388. 

TURCOTTE, GERALD V. 

524 Douglas Rd. Lowell, Mass. GL 8-6766 
Lewis Drill Team I, 2, 3, 4; Cadet Officer's 
Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres.. 4. pp. 148, 153, 154, 263, 
299, 388. 

TWOMEY, DAVID P. 

6 Craft PI. Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Bl. Ol. Plunkett I; Academy for Marketing 
Execs. 4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't Acad. 3, 4; 
Accounting Acad. 2; Intramurals I, 2, 3; Busi- 
ness Club I, 2; Economics Acad. 3; Dean's 
List. pp. 85, 388. 

TWOMEY, JAMES M. 

247 Lakeview Ave. Cambridge, Mass. TR 6- 
8653 

Accounting Acad. I, 2; Section Rep. I; Intra- 
murals I, 2. p. 388. 

URBANOWICZ, ALEXANDER E. 

48 Linda St. Abington, Mass. JU 7-9348 
Student Senate, Pres. 4, Treas. 2; Progress 
Planning Committee 4; Gold Key 2, 3, 4, Key- 
holder 3, 4. pp. 119, 139, 268, 295, 388. 

VanCOTT, GEORGE M. 

100 Second PI. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
pp. 211-13, 215, 219, 389. 



VIALL, PETER, H. 

24 Revere Rd. Manhasset, N. Y. 
Business Club I; Finance Club 3, 4; N. Y. Club 
I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Student Senate, Sec'y 4; In- 
tramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; 
Dorm Council 2. pp. 119, 138, 144. 260, 298, 
389. 

WALLWORK, JAMES A. 

41 Cypress St. Newton Centre, Mass. LA 7-5329 
Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Gold Key 2, 3; Account- 
ing Acad. 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 138, 284, 389. 

WARREN, JOHN W. JR. 

115 Commonwealth Ave. Dedham, Mass. DA 6- 
0561 

Hockey I, 2, 3, 4; Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4; 
Finance Club 3, 4; Cadet Officer's Club 3, 4; 
Italian Acad. 4; Honors Program 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 1,3; Junior Show; Dean's List. pp. 86, 
129, 135, 151, 153, 233, 296, 389. 

WAYSTACK, EDWARD W. 

148 Derby Rd. Melrose, Mass. 

S.A.M. 3. 4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't 3. 4; 

Dean's List. p. 389. 

WHALEN, WALTER G. JR. 

58 Buckingham Rd. Milton, Mass. OX 6-2064 
Finance Club 3, 4; Toastmasters Club I, 2, 3, 
4; Commencement Committee 3; Intramurals 

1, 2, 3. pp. 86, 389. 

WHITTEN, ROBERT P. 

210 Webster Ave. Chelsea, Mass. TU 4-0038 
Student Senate, Pres. I, Sec'y 3; Gold Key I, 

2, 3, 4, Keyholder 3, 4; Alumni Career Counsel- 
ling 3. 4; Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3; Honors Program 

2, 3, 4; Junior Week Committee 3. pp. 74, 124, 
135, 139, 154. 268, 295, 389. 

WILSON, DONALD B. 

Boylston St. Clinton, Mass. EM 5-3029 
Business Club I, 2; Junior Show 3; Dean's List, 
pp. 135, 156, 389. 

WOLEK, THOMAS A. 

2-15 17th St. Fairlawn, N. J. SW 6-8848 

Lewis Drill Team I; Rifle Team I, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 

4; Dorm Council 1 , 2. 3, 4; Delta Sigma Pi 2, 

3, 4; Business Club I, 2; Finance Club 3, 4; 
N. Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Sub Turri, Special Sec- 
tions Editor 4. pp. 86, 247, 299, 389. 

WRIGHT, ERNEST J. 

9 Washington St. Abington, Mass. TR 8-2403 
Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 2, 3, 4; Toastmaster's Circle 
3; Academy for Marketing Execs. 4; Bellarmine 
Law & Gov't Acad. 4; Accounting Acad. 2; 
Intramurals I, 2; Economics Acad. 3, 4; Busi- 
ness Club I, 2; Dean's List. p. 390. 

ZENGO, GEORGE V. 

46 Fremount Ct. Arlington, Mass. Ml 3-9229 
Student Council I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3; Dean's 
List. p. 416. 

ZEULI, ROBERT D. 

5 Dwight St. Watertown, Mass. 



School of Education 



ALIBERTI, MARY E. 

I I I Oliver St. Maiden, Mass. DA 4-7484 
Heights I, 2; WRA I, 4; Italian Acad. 2; Junior 
Show 3; Interclass Skits 4. p. 350. 



AUCOIN, JULIE M. 

8 Adams St. Spencer, Mass. TU 5-2991 
WRA I, 2, 4; Interclass Skits I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. 
Plunkett I; Le Cercle Francois, Treas. 2, 3. 
p. 350. 



BARCLAY, JOHN G. 
2265 Lanai Ave. Largo, Fla. 584-4292 
Student Senate, Treas. I; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
"Heightsmen"; Orientation 3; Interclass Skits 
I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Show, Director 3; Prom Com- 
mittee I; Kappa Pi 3; Alumni Day Committee 
3. p. 350. 



BEAUPRE, LOUISE L. 

406 Main St. Southbridge, Mass. PO 4-7057 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Ricci Math Acad. 3, 4; Inter- 
class Skits I; Dean's List. p. 350. 

BIRMINGHAM, MARGARET M. 

167 Newbury St. Rosindale, Mass. FA 5-6 1 50 
Alpha & Omega Sec'y-Treas. 4; Mendicants 3, 
4; Interclass Skits I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Show 3; 
Orientation 2, 3; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 2, 3; WRA 
I, 2, 3, 4; English Acad. 3; Sub Turri 4; Com. 
mencement Committee 3; Dean's List. pp. 127, 
282-3, 350. 



BLACKWOOD, WALLACE E. 

18 Whitlowe Rd. W. Newton, Mass. LA 7-8782 
Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Interclass Skits I, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Senate, Pres. 4; Dean's List. pp. 76, 
121, 350. 



BREADY, CAROLEANN A. 

401 Morrissey Blvd. Dorchester, Mass. AV 8- 

6080 

Bl. Ol. Plunkett 3; St. Mark's Acad. 2, 3; WRA 

2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 96, 350. 

BRODERICK, BETTE J. 

811 Great Plain Ave. Needham, Mass. HI 4- 

1098 

Bl. Ol. Plunkett I; Interclass Skits 2, 3; Mus. 

Arts Society 3; Pius XII Acad. 3; WRA I, 2, 3. 

p. 350. 

BROX, JUDITH A. 

149 Beech St. Lowell, Mass. GL2-II60 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 2; World 
Rel. League 3, 4; Hist. Society 4; Junior Week 
3; Ed. Banquet Committee 4; Interclass Skits 
I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Show 3; Dorm Council 2, 3; 
Maine Club I; Orientation 3; Dean's List, 
p. 350. 



472 



BURNS, FRANCIS T. 

3A Maple Ave. Cambridge, Mass. 
Pius XII Acad. 3, 4. p. 351. 

CALAHAN, HELEN E. 

26 Roosevelt Ave. Hull, Mass. WA 5-2013 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2, 3; Dean's 
List. p. 351. 

CARREIRO, OLIVIA F. 

380 Foley Ave. Somerset, Mass. OS 2-3922 
Riccl Math Acad. 3. 4; WRA I, 2, 3, 4: Dean's 
List. p. 351. 

CASEY, MARY C. 

20 Spring St. Somerville, Mass. 625-0908 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club I; Pius XII Acad. 
3, 4; Dean's List. p. 351. 

CATANIA, ANNETTE G. 

74 Trenton St. E. Boston, Mass. LO9-I405 
Women's Glee Club I, 2; Heights I, 2; Mendi- 
cants 2, 3, 4; Interclass Skits I, 4; Junior Show 
3: Italian Acad. I, 2; Sub Turri 4; Honors Pro- 
gram 2; Dean's List. pp. 89, 351. 

CLARK, PATRICIA G. 

22 Humphreys St. Dorchester 25. Mass. GE 6- 

4265 

Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Orientation 2; WRA 

I, 2; Commencement Committee 3; Junior Show 

3; Interclass Skits 3, 4; Mendicants 3, 4; Sub 

Turn 4; Dean's List. pp. 136. 283, 351. 

CLARK, ROBERT L 

48 Sagamore St. Dorchester, Mass. AV 2-0680 
Pius XII Acad. 3, 4. p. 351. 

COAKLEY, CORNELIUS S. 

75 Pleasant St. Dorchester, Mass. GE6-I368 
Ricci Math Acad. I. 2; Section Rep. I, 4; Inter- 
class Skits I, 2; Young Democrats I, 2; Bl. Ol. 
Plunkett I, 2; Campion Choral Speakers I; 
Dean's List. p. 351. 

COLEMAN, ROSANNA L. 

48 Conwell Ave. Somerville, Mass. MO 6-2832 
Women's Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; Le 
Cercle Francois 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Sec'y 3, Vice- 
Pres. 4; WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2, 3, 
4; Interclass Skits 2, 4; Junior Show 3; Dean's 
List. pp. 90, 351. 

CONBOY, DOROTHY E. 

99-54 211 St. Queens Village, N. Y. HO 4-2896 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council I, 2, 3; Sailing 
Club I; Pius XII Acad. 2, 3, 4. Sec'y 3, Pres. 4; 
Interclass Skits I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 2; 
Orientation 2, 3; N. Y. Club I, 2, 3; Sub Turri 
4; Rifle Club 2; Basketball 3; Dean's List. pp. 
92, 352. 

CONNERS, EILEEN M. 

29 Fendale Ave. Dorchester, Mass. CY 6-1628 
Honors Program 2, 3, 4; WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. 
Plunkett I, 2; Interclass Skits 1 , 2, 3, 4; Com- 
mencement Committee 3; Dean's List. p. 352. 

CONNOR, BARBARA L. 

14 Venner Rd. Arlington, Mass. Ml 3-2592 

Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2, 3; Pius XII Acad. 3, 4; WRA 

I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 352. 

CONTARDO, ROSANNE 

927 Quinton Ave. Trenton, N. J. EX 3-8558 
N. Y. Club I; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 2, 3, 4; Pius 
XII Acad. 3, 4; Dorm Council 2, 3; WRA I, 2; 
Dean's List. p. 352. 

COONEY, MAUREEN P. 

83 Independence Ave. Qumcy, Mass. GR 2-5360 
Honors Program 2, 3; Junior Show 3; Interclass 
Skits 2, 3, 4; Ricci Math Acad. 2; WRA I, 2, 4; 
Dean's List. p. 352. 

CORAZZINI, EILEEN P. 

54 Carroll St. Watertown, Mass. WA 3-9307 
Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; Women's Council 3; Orien- 
tation 2, 3; Junior Week 3; WRA I, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List. p. 352. 

COSCO, MARIA L. 

I I Lafayette Ave. Chelsea, Mass. TU 4-4584 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Mendel Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 
2; Interclass Skits 3, 4; Junior Show 3; Dean's 
List. p. 352. 



CREAN, RAYMOND J. JR. 

Rear 151 Lowell St. Peabody, Mass. JE 1-1454 
Mendicants 3, 4; Orientation 3; Ed. Review 2; 
Stylus, Associate Editor 4; Junior Show 3; In- 
terclass Skits 4. pp. 89, 107, 352. 

CRISI, RENATA M. 

110 Draper Lane, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. OW 3- 
0527 

N. Y. Club 3, 4; Hist. Society 3, 4; World Rel. 
League 3, 4; WRA 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 4; 
Junior Show 3; Ed. Banquet Committee 4; In- 
terclass Skits 3; Dean's List. p. 352. 

CROWLEY, ROBERT E. 

Joval Ct. Franklin, Mass. 528-2194 

Campion Choral Speakers I, 2; Kappa Pi 3, 4; 

Hist. Society 3, 4. p. 353. 

DeCOSTA, DOUGLAS P. 

22 Massasoit Ave. Brockton, Mass. 

Basketball I; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Hist. Society 

3, 4; Dean's List. p. 353. 

DESMOND, ROBERTA A. 

I Great Rock Rd. Lexington, Mass. VO 2-7344 . 
Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2, 3; WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Show 3; Pius XII Acad. 3. 4; Interclass Skits 
I, 4. p. 353. 

DEVEAU, JOYCE H. 

19 Plamfield St. Jamaica Plain, Mass. JA 2- 

9399 

Writers' Club 3; Mendicants 3, 4; Rifle Club 

3, 4; Sodality 3, 4, Sub-Prefect 4; Dean's List. 

pp. 89, 141, 353. 

DEVIN, VIRGINIA M. 

239 Fuller St. Dorchester, Mass. CY 8-0417 

Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 2, 3, 4; Pius XII Acad. 3, 4; 

WRA I, 2, 3, 4. p. 353. 

DONALDSON, ALBERT J. 

44 Princeton St. E. Boston, Mass. LO 9-1896 
Pius XII Acad. 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 353. 

DOOLEY, MARGARET M. 

43 Roslin St. Dorchester, Mass. CO 5-9801 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Interclass Skits I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. 
Ol. Plunkett I, 2. 3, 4; Pius XII Acad. 3, 4; 
Junior Show 3. p. 353. 

DUFF, JAMES E. 

41 Adrian St. Somerville, Mass. MO 6-9370 
Track I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Ricci Math Acad. 
I; Campion Choral Speakers I, 2, Sec'y 4; Sec- 
tion Rep. 2. p. 353. 

DWYER, EDWARD J. 

35 Sydney St. Somerville, Mass. PR 6-9409 
Kappa Pi I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, 3; Pius XII Acad. 
3, 4; Gold Key I, 2; St. Mark's Acad. I; Inter- 
class Skits 2. p. 353. 

DYER, GERALD E. 

100 So. Quinsigamond Ave. Shrewsbury, Mass. 
PL 3-2343 

Student Senate, Pres. I; Prom Committee I; 
Dorm Council I; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Alumni 
Day Committee 3; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2; Interclass 
Skits I, 2, 3, 4; Orientation 2, 3; Ed. Banquet 
Chairman 4; Kappa Pi 3; Junior Show 3. p. 
354. 

FAGAN, NANCY C. 

36 Dennison Ave. Framingham, Mass. TR 3-7003 
Women's Glee Club 2, 3; WRA 2. p. 354. 

FALKNER, DOROTHY F. 

19 Longview Rd. Staten Island. N. Y. Gl 2-7746 
World Rel. League 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2; 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 4; Pius XII Acad. 
3, 4; Council for Exceptional Children 4, Pres. 4; 
Prom Committee 2, 3; Interclass Skits I, 2, 3, 4; 
N. Y. Club I, 2; Dean's List. p. 354. 

FANTASIA, SYLVIA J. 

36 Fairbanks Rd. Lexington, Mass. VO 2-4582 
Women's Glee Club 3; WRA I, 2, 3; Mendel 
Club I; Dean's List. p. 354. 

FARRELL, ALICE C. 

18 Emeline St. No. Randolph, Mass. WO 3-3926 
WRA 1,23, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I; Heights 2; 
Council for Exceptional Children 4; Interclass 
Skits 2; Pius XII Acad. 4; Dean's List. p. 354. 



FOLEY, SR. MARY OF ST. EILEEN 

Huntington Ave. Boston, Mass. 
Convent of the Good Shepherd. 

FOLEY, WILLIAM P. 

46 Shattuck St. Worcester, Mass. 
pp. 224-5, 227-30. 

FORESTIERE, JOHN J. JR. 

30 Harding Ave. Everett, Mass. 
p. 354. 

FRANCIS, JOYCE M. 

5 Selden St. Boston, Mass. CY 6-2861 
Orientation 2, 3; Interclass Skits 2, 3, 4; Com- 
mencement Committee 3; Sub Turn 3, 4; Dean's 
List. p. 354. 

FRANCO, VINCENT J. 

3 Wotson St. West Somerville, Mass. PR 6-301 I 
Dean's List. p. 354. 

FURTADO, WILLIAM J. 

415 Chelmsford St. Lowell, Mass. GL 3-6958 
Hist. Society 3, 4; Kappa Pi 2, 3; Dean's List, 
p. 354. 

GALANTE, MARIA C. 

183 Washington St. Reading, Mass. 944-2861 
WRA I, 2; Pius XII Acod. 3; Dean's List, 
p. 355. 

GESWELL, LARAINE M. 

71 Clemley Rd. W. Medford, Mass. EX 5-0034 
Heights I, 2, 3. p. 355. 

GILARDE, VINCENT C. 

24 Lyne Rd. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-73 I 6 
Junior Dance 3, Co-Chairman; Interclass Skits 
3; Intramurals 3; Mendicants 2, 3; Pius XII 
Acad. 3. p. 355. 

GIORGI, ANTHONY D. 

61 Lincoln St. Marlboro, Mass. HU 5-5848 
Kappa Pi 3, 4; Campion Choral Speakers 2; 
Interclass Skits 3, 4; Ricci Math Acad. 2; Orien- 
tation 3. pp. 140, 355. 

GREELEY, SUSAN M. 

43 Toft Ave. W. Newton, Mass. LA 7-0448 
Spanish Acad. I; Psych. Club 2; Junior Show 
3; WRA I, 2; Pius XII Acad. 3. p. 355. 

GRENON, MARY L. 

15 Ashwood Rd. Lynn, Mass. LY 2-2628 
WRA I, 2, 3; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I. p. 355. 

GYLLENHAMMER, EDMUND J. 

II Rochdale Terr. W. Haven, Conn. WE 3-6350 
Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Kappa Pi 1,2, 3, 4, 
Sec'y 3; Fraternal Court 4; Interclass Skits I, 2, 
3, 4; Alpha & Omega; Orientation 2, 3; Sub 
Turn 4, Index Editor; Dean's List. pp. 117, 127, 
136, 140, 355. 

HANAGAN, JEANMARIE 

51 Crescent St. Waltham, Mass. TW 4-6 I 73 
WRA I, 2, 3; Le Cercle Francois 3; Interclass 
Skits 2. p. 355. 

HANLEY, BEATRICE M. 

292 Lexington St. Watertown, Mass. WA4-I857 
Heights I, 2, 3, 4, Copy Editor 2, 3, Associate 
Editor 3, 4; Student Senate Sec'y. 2. 3, 4 
Interclass skits 2, 3, 4; Alpha & Omega 4 
Commencement Committee 3; Orientation 2 
Dean's List. pp. 121, 127, 297, 355. 

HARRINGTON, ALBERT F. 

64 Fairfield St. Cambridge, Mass. UN 4-5585 
Orientation 3; Kappa Pi 2, 3, 4, Publicity Sec'y.; 
Interclass skits I, 2, 3, 4. p. 356. 

HARRISON, MARILYN L. 

3 Bailey St. Dorchester, Mass AV 8-9 1 45 

Rice. Math Acad. 2, 3, 4; WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. 

01. Plunkett 2, 3, 4; Alpha & Omega 4; Inter- 
class Skits 2, 3; Orientation 3; Honors Program 

2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 127, 136, 356. 

HOARE, CYNTHIA A. 

101 Church St. Winchester, Mass. PA9-2382 
WRA I, 2, 3; Basketball I, 2; Interclass Skits I, 
2; Student Senate Sec'y. 3; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 3. 
p. 356. 

HOOTON, HENRY S. 

89 Suffolk Ave. Revere, Mass. AT 4- 1 937 
Kappa Pi 2, 3, 4; Orientation 2, 3; Interclass 
Skits 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 356. 



473 



HURLEY, ELAINE M. 

41 Driscoll Dr. Dorchester, Moss. CY 8-7187 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4, Trees. 3; Interclass Skits I, 3, 
4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 2. 3, 4; Pius XII Acad. 3, 
4; Junior Week Prom Chairman 3; Psych. Club 
4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. pp. 288, 291, 356. 

HURLEY, JANE M. 

420 School St. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-4278 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Interclass Skits I, 2; Rifle Club 
2; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 2: Pius XII Acad. 3, 4. 
p. 356. 

JENNEY, JOHN B. 

31 Gaughey St. Waltham, Mass. TW3-3I26 
Mendicants 3, 4; Football I; Orientation 3; 
Interclass Skits 2. pp. 89, 356. 

KELEHER, CAROL P. 

163 Cottage Pk. Rd. Winthrop, Mass. VI 6-1024 
Sailing Team I; WRA I; Psych Club I; Young 
Democrats I; Junior Show 3; Prom Committee 
3; Pius XI! Acad. 3; Heights I; Dean's List, 
p. 356. 

KELLIHER, STEPHEN F. 

592 Summer St. Arlington, Mass. Ml 3-9036 
Interclass Skits I, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Pi 1,2; Orien- 
tation 2, 3; Junior Show 3; Dean's List. pp. 282, 
356. 

KILGALLEN, JANE A. 

268 Melrose St. Auburndale, Mass. DE 2-4578 
Commencement Committee 3; Interclass Skits 

2, 3; Heights 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Dean's 
List. p. 357. 

KING, SHEILA A. 

69 Autumn St. Maiden, Mass. DA 2-5641 

WRA I, 2, 4; Interclass Skits I, 2, 4; Junior 
Show 3; Fashion Show 4; Le Cercle Francois 

3. p. 357. 

KNIGHT, JUDITH A. 

75 So. Crescent Cir. Brighton, Mass. AL 4-2378 
WRA I; Pius XII Acad. 3; Dean's List. p. 357. 

KUTASZ, CATHERINE A. 

442 Sea St. Quincy, Mass. PR 3-5245 
Ricci Math Acad. 2; WRA I, 2, 4; Interclass 
Skits Costume Chairman I, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Show 3. p. 357. 

LALLY, ELLEN M. 

46 Court Rd. Winthrop, Mass. VI 6-2568 
Sailing Team I; Pius XII Acad. 3; Psych. Club 

2, 4; Heights 2, 3; WRA I, 2, 3. 

LANE, PATRICIA A. 

37 South View Dr. Wallingford, Conn. CO 9- 

7448 

WRA I, 2, 3, 4; World Rel. League 3, 4; Psych. 

Club 3; Conn. Club I, 2; Prom Committee 2; 

Interclass Skits I, 2; Pius XII Acad. 3, 4; Dean's 

List. p. 357. 

LAVIN, PAUL J. 

166 Ashland St. Holliston, Mass. 

LEE, DOROTHY H. 

8 Crest St. Concord, Mass. 
p. 357. 

LEE, MARY C. 

271 Great Plain Ave. Needham, Mass. HI 4- 

7173 

St. Mark's Acad. I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2, 

3, 4; Interclass Skits 2; WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Sub 
Turn I, 4; Dean's List. pp. 96, 357. 

LITTLEFIELD, SANDRA J. 

146 Sawtelle Ave. Brockton, Mass. JU 7-0922 
Mendel Club I, 2, 3; WRA I, 2, 3; Orientation 
2, 3; Interclass Skits 3, 4; Junior Show 3; Dean's 
List. pp. 291, 357. 

LORDEN, KATHLEEN J. 

Tarbell St. E. Pepperell, Mass. HE 3-6687 
Women's Council 3, 4, Sec'y. 3, Pres. 4; Inter- 
class Skits I, 3; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2, 3; German 
Acad. 3; Hist. Soc. 3, 4; Co-operating Teachers 
Banquet 4; Dean's List. pp. 92, 298, 357. 



MacDONALD, JANE J. 

45 Colonial Ave. Waltham, Mass. TW 3-4138 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Le Cercle Francois 2, 3; Inter- 
class Skits I, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Junior 
Show 3; Women's Glee Club 2; Co-operating 
Teachers Banquet 4. pp. 92, 358. 

MACDONOUGH, ALICE I. 
253 Spring St. Portland, Me. SP 3-9512 
Heights 3; WRA I, 2; Pius XII Acad. 3; Wo- 
men's Council I, 2; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 2, 3, 4, 
Sec'y- 3, 4; Psych. Club 2; World Rel. League 
4; Maine Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 3 ,4; Interclass 
Skits I, 2, 3. 4; Junior Show; Orientation 2, 3; 
Dean's List. pp. 77, 358. 

MADIGAN, ANNE 

22 Sunnybank Rd. Watertown, Mass. WA 4-7007 
Women's Council I, 2; Interclass Skits I, 3; 
Junior Show 3; Mendicants 3, 4; Alpha & Ome- 
ga 4; Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 
127, 136, 358. 

MAGNO, JOSEPH P. 

88 Holworthy St. Cambridge, Mass. EL 4-3507 
Ed. Review 2; Orientation 2, 3; Mendicants 4. 
pp. 89, 358. 

MAHER, LEO A. 

156 Washington St. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-2890 
Kappa Pi 2, 3, 4; Hist. Society 2, 3, 4; Campion 
Choral Speakers I, 2. pp. 140, 358. 

MAHONEY, BARBARA W. 

100 Van Ness Rd. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-4365 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Section Rep. 2; Pius XII Acad. 
3. p. 358. 

MANNING, SARA A. 

36 Great Rd. Maynard, Mass. TW 7-2112 
English Acad. 3, 4; Mendicants 3, 4; WRA I, 2. 
3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 2; Fashion Show 2, 3; 
Interclass Skits 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Show 3; Orien- 
tation 3; Sub Turn 4. pp. 283, 358. 

McCANN, PAUL L. 

195 Dorchester St. S. Boston, Mass. 
p. 358. 

McDEVITT, RICHARD V. 

10 Lothian Rd. Brighton, Mass. 254-8585 
Gold Key I, 2, 3, 4, Keyholder; Kappa Pi 1,2, 
3, 4, Pres. 4; St. Mark's I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Treas. 
2; Orientation 2, 3; Interclass Skits 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramurals I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 96, 146, 358. 

McGORTY, KAREN E. 

94 Livingston St. New Haven, Conn. UN 5-8039 
Heights 2, 3; WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Pius XII Acad. 
3, 4; Interclass Skits 2; Conn. Club I, 2. p. 359. 

McLEAN, MARGARET F. 

50 Fendale Ave. Dorchester 24, Mass. 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Mendel Club I, 2; Bl. Ol. 
Plunkett 2, 3; Women's Glee Club 3; Dean's 
List. p. 359. 

McPHERSON, KATHERINE M. 

38 Stone St. Watertown, Mass. WA 2-3706 
WRA I, 2, 3; Women's Glee Club 3; Pius XII 
Acad. 3; Dean's List. p. 359. 

MERRICK, JOHN A. 

67 Hathaway Circle Arlington, Mass. 
p. 359. 

MILANO, MARJORIE M. 

10 California Park Watertown, Mass. WA 3- 

0256 

Le Cercle Francois I, 2; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2; 

Interclass Skits I; Junior Show 3; WRA I, 2, 3; 

Pius XII Acad. 4. p. 359. 

MORAN, JAMES A. 

208 Sladen St. Dracut, Mass. 
pp. 89, 107, 127, 136, 296. 

MORANIEC, MARY A. 

976 North St. Milford, Conn. 

Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Student Senate Sec'y. 
4; Interclass Skits I, 2, 3, 4; Alpha & Omega 
4; Junior Show 3; Le Cercle Francois 2, 3; 
Heights 2; Orientation 2, 3; WRA I, 2, 3; 
Dorm Council 3; Dean's List. pp. 121, 127. 136, 
282-83, 359. 



NALLY, MARY ANNE 

24 Linden Rd. Peabody, Mass. JE 1-6181 
Student Senate Vice-Pres. 4; Alpha & Omega 
4; WRA I. 2, 3, 4; Mendel Club 2, 3; Interclass 
Skits I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Show 3; Commencement 
Committee 3; Dean's List. pp. 121, 127, 359. 

O'CONNOR, M. GRAIL 

21 'Watson St. Manchester, N.H. NA 3-1818 
WRA 1,-2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Vice-Pres. 3; Bl. Ol. 
Plunkett I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 2; Interclass Skits I, 

2, 3, 4; Sailing Team I ; Ski Team 3; Mendicants 

3, 4; Dorm Council 4; Orientation - 2, 3; Bas- 
ketball I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 92, 359. 

OLIVIERA, HUMBERT M. 

9 Hollis St. No. Cambridge, Mass. EL 4-0085 
Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Alpha & Omega 4; 
Mendicants 2, 3, 4; Kappa Pi 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3; 
St. Mark's Acad. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3; Orien- 
tation 2, 3; Interclass Skits General Chairman 
3; Dean's List. pp. 89, 127, 136, 359. 

O'MALLEY, THERESA A. 

127 Damon Rd. Needham, Mass. HI 4-5974 
St. Mark's Acad. I, 2, 3. 4, Sec'y. 3; WRA I, 
2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 2, 3, 4; Journal of 
Business 2, 3; Interclass Skits. 3, 4; Junior Show 
3; Senior Week Committee" 4; Sub Turri 4; 
Dean's List. pp. 96, 360. 

O'NEIL, EUGENE A. 

167 Hampshire St. Cambridge, Mass. 

Hist. Society 2, 3; Orientation 3; Dean's List. 

p. 360. 

PERRY, JOAN M. 

3 Huron St. Lynn, Mass. LY 3-0929 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2; Interclass 
Skits I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Show 3; Prom Committee 
2; English Acad. 3; Mendicants 2, 3, 4; Sub 
Turn 4. pp. 92, 282-3, 360. 

POIRIER, SR. HELEN MARIE 

52 Main St. Concord, Mass. 

POWERS, DAVID 

529 Lebanon St. Melrose, Mass. 
p. 360. 

PRECOURT, CHRISTINA 

205 High St. Wareham, Mass. CY 5-0663 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Interclass Skits 2, 3, 4; Pius XII 
Acad. 3, 4; Orientation 2. p. 360. 

RESMINI, NANCY L. 

5 Linden Ave. Somerville, Mass. PR 6-6829 
WRA I, 2; Ricci Math Acad. I, 2; Interclass 
Skits 2, 3, 4, Director 3; Junior Show 3; Dean's 
List. pp. 282, 360. 

RESTIVO, VINCENT A. 

72 Marathon St. Arlington, Mass. Ml 3-9458 
Dean's List. p. 360. 

ROBERTS, JOSEPH P. 

24 Lake St. Natick, Mass. OL 3-8585 
Student Senate Pres. 2, 3, Chairman Class 
Council 3; Alpha Sigma Nu Sec'y. 4; Alpha & 
Omega 4; St. Mark's Acad. I, 2, 3, 4; Kappa 
Pi I, 2, 3; Alumni Career Counseling Commit- 
tee 3; Orientation 2, 3; Interclass Skits 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball I; Dean's List. pp. 127, 128, 136, 
298, 360. 

ROUSE, ELLEN J. 

I 17-14 Union Turnpike Kew Gardens N.Y. BO I- 
7061 

WRA 4; Pius XII Acad. 3; Junior Show 3; 'Inter- 
class Skits I, 2, 3, 4; N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List. p. 360. 

SCALA LINDA A. 

180 Frenchtown Rd. Bridgeport, Conn. ED 9-2946 
Heights 2, 3; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2; Orientation 2; 
Pius XII Acad. 3; WRA I, 2, 3; Dean's List, 
p. 361. 

SCHWERZLER, BARBARA S. 

249 Virginia Ave. Palisade, N.J. WH 5-7762 
Dorm Council 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Junior Week 3; 
Interclass Skits I, 2, 3, 4; N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Sub Turri 4; Ricci Math Acad. 3; WRA I, 2, 3, 
4; World Rel. League 4; Cheerleader 2, 4; 
Junior Show 3; Dean's List. pp. 283, 361. 



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SCIMONE, JO-ANN M. 

33 Clyde St. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-1586 

WRA I, 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Interclass 

Skits I, 2, 3, 4; Heights I; Junior Show 3; 

Pius XII Acad. 3. p. 361. 

SEGADELLI, FRANCIS A. 

10 Hull St. Boston, Mass. LA 3-3139 

Intramurals 3, 4; Mendicants 3; Pius XII Acad. 
3; Baseball I. p 361. 

SHEA, MARY A. 

105 Avon St. Maiden, Mass. DA 2-2683 
Sodality I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 2, Prefect 3; Woman's 
Glee Club I, 2, 3; Junior Show 3; Interclass 
Skits 3; Alpha & Omega 4; Dean's List. pp. 127, 
136, 141, 361. 

SIKORSKI, JOSEPH F. 

84 Asylum St. Bridgeport, Conn. ED 6-3729 
Interclass Skits 3, 4; Campion Choral Speakers 
2, 3; Football I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Basketball 
2. pp. 210-1 I. 216-17, 219-21, 260, 288, 296, 361. 

SMITH, JANICE M. 

90 Martin Rd. Milton, Mass. OX 8-6507 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 3; Pius XII Acad. 
3; Dean's List. p. 361. 

STABILE, PATRICIA C. 

18 Ocean Ave. Weymouth, Mass. ED 5-2201 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Interclass Skits I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. 
Ol. Plunkett I; Junior Show 3; Junior Week 
Committee 3; Sub Turn 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 
4; Dean's List. pp. 114, 282, 361. 

STEELE, HELEN M. 

10 Martin St. W. Roxbury, Mass. FA 7-1984 
Women's Glee Club I, 2, Treas. I; Heights I, 
2; WRA 3, 4; Le Cercle Francois 3, 4. p. 361. 



SULLIVAN, GERALDINE H. 

242 Highland Ave. Somerville, Mass. PR 6-9517 
Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; WRA 2, 3; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 
2; Junior Week Committee 3; Pius XII Acad. 
3, 4. p. 362. 

SYMOLON, WALTER C. 

73 Sagamore St. Dorchester, Mass. 
Mendicants 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 89, 362. 

TANTORSKI, SANDRA L. 

166 Nancy Rd. New Britain, Conn. BA 9-4247 
Student Senate Vice-Pres. 2, 3; Junior Show 3; 
Prom Committee 2; German Acad. I, 2, 3, 
Pres. 3; Orientation 2, 3; WRA I; Interclass 
Skits I, 3; Alpha & Omega 4; Honors Program 

2, 3, 4; Conn. Club I, 2; Dean's List. pp. 136, 
145, 283, 299, 362. 

TITUS, ROSEMARY V. 

8 Crest Lane Fanwood, N.J. 889-8295 

Dorm Council 3; Junior Show 3; Orientation 2; 

Interclass Skits 3; WRA I, 2, 3. pp. 263, 362. 

TOBIN, EILEEN A. 

4 Leonard St. Dedham, Mass. DA 6-5370 

Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 2, Vice-Pres. 

3, 4; WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Pius XII Acad. 3. 4; 
Interclass Skits I; Section Rep. I. pp. 77, 362. 

TOMEI, MARY E. 

24C Quimby St. Watertown, Mass. 
Dramatic Society I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 3, 4; Alpha 
& Omega 4; Orientation 2, 3; Humanities 3, 4; 
Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Interclass Skits 4; 
Dean's List. pp. 80-81, 127, 136, 284, 362. 

TRINGE, LILLIAN M. 

57 Pratt St. Norwich, Conn. TU 7-2427 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 3; Interclass Skits 3; 
Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3; World Rel. 
League 4. pp. 92, 362. 



VENA, KATHERINE M. 

70 Tower St. Boston, Mass. JA 4-4756 

Bl. Ol. Plunkett I; Psych. Club I, 2; Interclass 

Skits I, 2, 3, 4. p. 362. 

WALSH, MARIE L. 

3 Rumford St. West Hartford, Conn. AD 2-8164 
World Rel. League 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 
2, 3; WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 3; Women's 
Council Vice-Pres. 4; Pius XII Acad. 3, 4; Coun- 
cil for Exceptional Children Sec'y. 4; Prom. Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Interclass Skits I, 2, 3; Dean's List. 
p. 362. 

WARD, JOAN M. 

12 Pershing Rd. West Newton, Mass. Bl 4-7940 

WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Women's Glee Club Sec'y. 3; 
Dean's List. p. 363. 

WASTAFERRO, JOSEPHINE M. 

88 Rock Glen Rd. Medford, Mass. EX 5-6760 
Interclass Skits I, 2, 4; Junior Show 3; Mendi- 
cants 3. p. 363. 

WEBBER, ANNE LEE 

27 Curtis St. Marblehead, Mass. NE 1-9437 
WRA I, 2, 3, 4; Mendicants 3, 4; Interclass 
Skits 3, 4; Sub Turri 4; Dean's List. pp. 89, 363. 

WHITE, FRANCIS P. 

48 O'Callaghan Way So. Boston, Mass. TA 5- 

6592 

Mendicants 3, 4. pp. 89, 363. 

ZACCARDI, CARMEN F. 

28 Robken Rd. Roslindale, Mass. FA 5-6615 
Mendicants 3, 4. p. 363. 



Basic Nursing 



ALBERETTI, LOURAINE D. 

14 Mitchell St. So. Boston, Moss. 

B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I; Italian Acad. 

p. 392. 

BAGNELL, LINDA A. 

53 Cliff St. Maiden, Mass. 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2, p. 392. 

BARRY, CATHERINE L. 

12 Columbus Rd. Peabody, Mass. 
Student Senate Vice-Pres. I; Sodality I, 2, 3, 
4; B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Commencement Com- 
mittee 3. p. 392. 

BOSSES, CYNTHIA J. 

6 Apple Orchard Lane Nichols, Conn. ED 7-4820 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Conn. Club I; Commence- 
ment Committee 3. p. 392. 

BRUNALLI, JOHANNA A. 

Russell Rd. Milldale, Conn. MA 8-7393 

Sodality 2, 3, 4; Commencement Committee 3; 

Student Senate Sec'y. 4. pp. 120, 392. 

BUTLER, ARLENE M. 

1427 Crosby Ave. New York, N.Y. 
p. 392. 

CARTNICK, NANCY L. 

228 Hillcrest Ave. Wood-Ridge, N.J. GE 8-5453 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I, 2; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Commencement Committee 3; Honor 
Board 4; Student Senate Treas. I. p. 392. 

CONONI, GRACE A. 

67 Donazette St. Wellesley, Mass. CE 5-6082 
B.N. Glee Club 2; Commencement Committee 
3; Student Senate Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Dean's 
List. pp. 120, 392. 

CORKERY, MAUREEN A. 

6 Hancock St. Everett, Mass. 

Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Italian 
Acad. 2; Commencement Committee 3; Honor 
Board 3. p. 392. 



CURLEY, MARGARET M. 

594 Brooks St. Bridgeport, Conn. ED 5-7101 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; 
Heights I, 2; Honor Board 2; Commencement 
Committee 3. p. 393. 

CURTISS, KATHERINE N. 

493 Migeon Ave. Torrington, Conn. 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I; Commence- 
ment Committee, p. 393. 

DALTON, MARY P. 

47 Pearl St. New Haven, Conn. LO 6-6147 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I. 2, 3, 4; Heights 
I, 2; Commencement Committee, p. 393. 

DERVAN, ROSEMARY A. 

62 Welles Ave. Dorchester, Mass. 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Commencement Com- 
mittee 3; Junior Show 3; Legislative Board 4. 
p. 393. 

DONOVAN, ROSEMARY P. 

4 Arborway Jamaica Plain, Mass. JA 4-3030 
Commencement Committee 3; Sodality I, 2, 3, 
4; B. N. Glee Club !, 2; Student Council; 
Dean's List. p. 393. 

DOREY, CAROL A. 

II Bates Rd. Watertown, Mass. WA 3-9459 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Student Senate Pres. 4; 
Legislative Board 3; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Siena 
Society 4; Junior Show 3; Dean's List. pp. 120, 



DOWD, SR. MARY IMMACULATE HEART 

103 Commonwealth Ave. Newton, Mass. 
p. 393. 

DRAKE, NAN P. 

Maple St. Shearborn, Mass. LO 6-6147 

p. 393. 



EGAN, JEAN-MARIE 

168 Arborway Jamaica Plain, Mass. JA4-52I2 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Show 3; Commencement Committee 3; Siena 
Society 2, 3, 4; Sub Turri 4; Dean's List. pp. 132, 
393. 

EGAN, PATRICIA A. 

17 Longwood Ave. Providence, R.I. 

Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; B.N. Glee Club I, 2. p. 394. 

EISENHAUER, LAUREL A. 

Story St. Essex, Mass. RO 8-6401 

Sodality I; B.N. Glee Club I; Dean's List. p. 

394. 

FENNESSEY, CHARLOTTE A. 

16 Chase St. Danvers, Mass. 

B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality 2, 3, 4. p. 394. 

FENTON, KATHLEEN K. 

306 Highland Ave. Waterbury, Conn. 

B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality 2, 3, 4; Student 

Senate Treas. 4. pp. 120, 394. 

FINNEGAN, ELAINE M. 

647 Broadway Chelsea, Mass. 

B.N. Glee Club I; Junior Show 3. p. 394. 

FRANK, ELEANOR J. 

23 Douglas Rd. Needham, Mass. HI 4-0551 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Honor Board; Student 
Council 2; Siena Society; Student Senate Pres. 
2; Dean's List. p. 394. 

GEHRMANN, ARLINE T. 

7101 Oxford Rd. Baltimore, Md. 

B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I. 2, 3, 4; Junior 

Play 3; Student Senate Sec'y. 3. p. 394. 

GILLIS, JOAN A. 

21 Rhodes Ave. Lynn, Mass. 

Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; B.N. Glee Club I. p. 394. 



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HAJJAR. MARTHA A. 

49 Mount Pleasant St. North Billerica, Mass. 
Sodality I, 2, 3. 4; B.N. Glee Club I. p. 394. 

HANLEY, ROSEMARY 

60 Orchard St. Belmont. Mass. IV 4-4664 

B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I; Junior Show 

3; Commencement Committee 3. p. 395. 

HEIDT, BARBARA A. 

46 Bailey Rd. Arlington, Mass. Ml 3-2536 

B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; Junior 

Show 3; Commencement Committee 3. p. 395. 

HORGAN, SR. MARIE VISITATION 

103 Commonwealth Ave. Newton, Mass. 
p. 395. 

JAMES, MAUREEN G. 

3279 Bruckner Blvd. Bronx, N.Y. TA 9-7 I 79 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Show 3; Commencement Committee 3; Library 
Committee I; Dean's List. pp. 132, 395. 

JAWORSKI, CAROLYN S. 

45 Vernon St. Worcester, Mass. PL 4-0859 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Show 3; Siena Society; Dean's List. pp. 132, 
395. 

KIMBALL, MARY C. 

74 Plympton St. Waltham, Mass. 

B.N. Glee Club I; Commencement Committee 

3; Junior Show 3; Sub Turn 4; Dean's List. 

p. 395. 

KRODEL, LOIS J. 

58 Yale Ave. Middlebury, Conn. PL 8-2492 
Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Com- 
mencement Committee 3. p. 395. 

LANGONE, ELEANOR M. 

402 Revere Beach Pkwy. Revere, Mass. AT 4- 

8134 

B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I; Junior Show 

3. pp. 132, 395. 

LEBRECK, MARY E. 

3 High Plain Rd. Andover, Mass. 

Sodality I; B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Junior Week 

Committee 3. p. 395. 

LIVA, KATHRYN J. 

565 Wyckoff Ave. Wyckoff, N.J. TW 1-0162 

B.N. Glee Club i; Sodality I; Student Council 
3; Junior Show 3; Legislative Board 2; Student 
Senate Pres. 3. p. 396. 

MARCELONIS, MARTHA MARY 

105 Savin Hill Ave. Dorchester, Mass. TA 5- 

9078 

Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Show 3; Dean's List. 

p. 396. 

MARIER, SUZANNE T. 

34 Home Rd. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-3273 
Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Junior 
Show 3; Dean's List. pp. 132, 396. 



McCarthy, janet r. 

64 Cypress St. Norwood, Mass. 762-3013 
Sodality I, 2, 3. 4; B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Siena 
Society; Dean's List. pp. 132, 396. 

McCOOK, EILEEN A. 

43 Ridgewood Terr. Springfield, Mass. RE 9- 

3989 

Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Siena 

Society; Sub Turn 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett; Dean's 

List. pp. 132, 396. 

McKENNA, ELEANOR A. 

109 Lakeview Ave. Cambridge, Mass. Kl 7-0451 
Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Dean's 
List. p. 396. 

McNAMARA, JANE 

21 Summit Ave. North Smithfield, R.I. PO 2-0375 
B.N. Glee Club I; Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's 
List. p. 396. 

MELEA, MARY M. 

859 Greendale Ave. Needham, Mass. HI 4-1627 
Sodality I. 2, 3, 4; B.N. Glee Club I, 2. p. 396. 

MIRABELLO, NANCY M. 

332 Broadway St. Everett, Mass. 
p. 396. 

MONAGHAN, CYNTHIA M. 

74 Knoll St. Roslmdole, Mass. FA 5-6074 

B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I, 2, 3, 4. p. 397. 

MULLAHY, JOAN F. 

8 Irving Park Watertown, Mass. 

Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Siena 
Society; Student Senate Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. I; 
Dean's List. pp. 132, 295, 397. 

MURDOCK, HELEN M. 

16 Allen Circle Milton, Mass. OX 8-8343 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Dean's List. p. 397. 

MURRAY, MARY A. 

105 Elm St. Belmont Mass. 

B.N. Glee Club 2; Dean's List. p. 397. 

NEARY, JUNE R. 

9 Fairmont St. Arlington, Mass. Ml 8-2473 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I, 2, 3, 4. p. 397. 

NICHOLSON, GRACE E. 

Route No. 2 Geneva, N.Y. 

Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Student 

Senate Vice-Pres. 3; Dean's List. pp. 299, 397. 

NORTON, PATRICIA 

94 Durnell Ave. Roslmdale, Mass. FA 3-8238 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I, 2, 3, 4. p. 397. 

O'DONNELL, JOANNE M. 

10 Boyden Ave. Beverly, Mass. 

B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Heights I; Junior Show 
3. p. 397. 



O'NEILL, JEANNE M. 

23 Parkway Crescent Milton Mass. OX 6-0122 

B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I. p. 397. 

OSBORNE, SARAH A. 

314 West St. Brockton, Mass. JU 6-3065 
Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Student 
Senate Treas. 2. p. 398. 

POWERS, MARTHA M. 

26 Stevens Terrace Boston, Mass. Ml 6-7632 
Commencement Committee 3; Class Officer 
Sec'y. I. p. 398. 

PRATT, GLORIA M. 

32 Prospect St. West Bridgewater, Mass. JU 7- 

1515 

B.N. Glee Club 2; Dean's List. p. 398. 

ROOS, SHEILA K. 

56 Elmwood Ave. Holyoke, Mass. JE 6-6885 
Sodality I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Sec'y I; B.N. Glee 
Club I, 2; Siena Society; Dean's List. p. 132, 
398. 

SATTELMAIR, JOAN 

52 High Rock Rd. Wayland, Mass. EL 8-2863 
Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 398. 

SCHWANER, SUSAN A. 

Elm St. Box 131, Plaistow, N. H. EV 2-8375 
Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Siena 
Society; Dean's List. pp. 132, 299, 398. 

SHEEHAN, JANE E. 

168 Corey St. West Roxbury, Mass. 

B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Junior Show 3. p. 398. 

SIROIS, ELAINE M. 

46 County Rd. Reading, Mass. 

B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I. p. 398. 

STANLEY, VIRGINIA A. 

30 Templeton St. Dorchester, Mass. AV 2-5900 
B.N. Glee Club 2; Student Senate, Sec'y 2; 
Dean's List. pp. 13, 398. 

SULLIVAN, BRENDA H. 

5 Peach Tree Lane, Flower Hill, Roslyn, N. Y. 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I, 2, 3, 4. p. 399. 

TOBIN, ELINOR M. 

R.F.D. No. 4 Concord, N. H. Ml 3-3080 

B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's 

List. p. 399. 

TOPJIAN, ROSEMARY 

27 Stoneleigh Cir. Watertown, Mass. WA 4- 
3933 

Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 399. 

WALSH, MARITA A. 

20 Stratford Terr. Springfield, Mass. 
B.N. Glee Club I, 2; Sodality I, 2. 3, 4; Com- 
mencement Committee 3. p. 399. 



ABILHEIRA, DIOLINDA B. 

Harbor View Bristol, R. I. 

ALLEN, SR. MARY MARTHA, S.P. 

Providence Mother House Holyoke, Mass. 

ALTOMARE, FLORENCE F. 

I 13 Beeching St. Worcester, Mass. 

ARMOUR, DONNA M. 

78 Appleton Ave. Pawtucket, R.I. 

Fund Raising Committee 3. pp. 141, 401. 

BAILEY, IRENE G. 

68 Horadan Way Rd. Roxbury, Mass. GA 7- 

0667 

English Acad. p. 401. 



Graduate Nursing 

BANNAN, BRIGID A. 

130 Berkshire St. Indian Orchard, Mass. 
p. 401. 

BARRETT, MARIS ANN 

6 Pitney Ave. Spring Lake, N. J. ST 2-2529 
p. 401. 

BARRY, ANN MARIE 

97 Russell Rd. Everett, Mass. 

BEAGAN, CATHERINE E. 

49 Cleveland Ave. Everett, Mass. 

BENEDIKTER, HELEN C. 

104 Union Ave. Syracuse, N.Y. HA 2-4342 
p. 401. 

BLAIS, SR. M. BERNADETTE 

153 Dean St. Providence, R. I. 



BRIDE, FAINE MARIE 

9 Poinsettia St. Middletown, Mass. 

BROGAN, MARY ANGELITA, S.N.D. 

62 Newton St. Waltham, Mass. 

BURNS, CAROL J. 

18 Clorendon St. S. Weymouth, Mass. 

BUZZEE, EILEEN V. 

446 Southwick Rd. Westfield, Mass. 

CAHIL, ANN M. 

693 Washington St. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-852 1 
Class Rep. 3. p. 401. 

CALISTAN, ALICE 

9 Wyoma St, Lynn, Mass. 



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CARLIN, THERESA C. 

95 Crescent Rd. Binghamton, N. Y. 

CASHMAN, KATHLEEN 

12 Johnson Ave. Meriden, Conn, 
p. 401. 

CHIN MING HWA 

77 Revere St. Boston, Mass. 

CODERRE, LUCILLE A. 

121 Rebekah St. Woonsocket, R. I. 
p. 401. 

COLLIER, GAIL B. 

385 Morris St. Germantown, N. Y. TA 8-5772 
Honor Board 4. p. 401. 

CONNORS, MARY A. 

41 Franklin Ave. W. Medford, Mass. 

CONWAY, LORRAINE C. 

II Hutchins Rd. Medford, Mass. EX 5-3290 

p. 402. 

COOK, HELEN J. 

36 Empire St. Quincy, Mass. GR 2-3676 
p. 402. 

COPPOLA, MARY E. 

14 Vivien St. Revere, Mass. 
Class Rep.; English Acad. p. 402. 

CORCORAN, MARY K. 

1957 Commonwealth Ave. Brighton, Mass. 
p. 402. 

CREERON, ANN T. 

62 Wyman St. Arlington, Mass. 

CREMINS, PATRICIA A. 

36 Everton St. Dorchester, Mass. 

CRONIN, CLAIRE M. 

26 Taylor Ave. Brockton, Mass. 

CUMMINGS, MARY A. 

I 19 Broad St. Woonsocket, R. I. 

CUMMINGS, WILLIAM H. 

10 Farm St. Bellingham, Mass. 

CUNNINGHAM, MARY L. 

534 Riverside Ave. Medford, Mass. 

Student Faculty Org.; English Acad.; Senior 

Dance Committee, p. 402. 

CURRAN, ANNE M. 

30 Prospect St. Westfield, Mass. AL 4-8 I 71 
Class Gift Committee 3; Sodality 3. 4; Honor 
Board 3, 4; Orientation 4; Nomination Com- 
mittee 4; Sub Turri 4; S.F.O.; Mater Spei. pp. 
141, 298, 402. 

DEENEY, ELLEN M. 

1279 Pennington Rd. W. Englewood, N. J. 

DELORY, JOAN 

42 Wolcott St. Everett, Mass. DU 9-0655 
p. 402. 

DENAULT, SR. GEORGE EYMARD 

St. Anne's Hosp. Fall River, Mass. 

EDICK, SALLY M. 

Lacona, N. Y. 
p. 402. 

ELLIOT, AGNES E. 

28 Poplar St. Hudson Falls, N. Y. 
p. 402. 

FASCE, MARY P. 

24 Andover St. Pittsfield, Mass. 
p. 403. 

FEDRINI, PATRICIA A. 

220 Lexington St. Belmont, Mass. 

FENNESSY, SHEILA P. 

9 Wh.ttemore St. W. Roxbury, Mass. FA 3-3759 
S.F.O. Sec'y 4; English Acad. 4; Sodality 3, 4; 
Orientation 4. pp. 102, 403. 



FILTEAU, MARIE C. 

5 Yale Terr. Lawrence, Mass. BE 2-1 3 I 5 

p. 141. 

FITZGERALD, VIRGINIA R. 

768 Wilder St. Lowell, Mass. GL 8-6958 

p. 403. 

FITZGERALD, HELEN M. 
79 Gordon St. Brighton, Mass. 

FITZPATRICK, PAUL J. 

15 Governors Ave. Medford, Mass. 
English Acad. 3, 4, Sec'y. 

FLAHERTY, MARY T. 

14 Roven St. Dorchester, Mass. 

FLEURY, DIANE C. 

131 Bloomfield St. Springfield, Mass. 
p. 403. 

FLOOD, RUTH E. 

87 Saunders St. Norwood, Mass. 762-2885 

English Acad. 4; Senior Dance Committee, p. 

403. 

FLYNN, MARY R. 

46 Hobart St. Brighton, Mass. AL 4-1612 

pp. 102, 297, 403. 

FOX, PATRICIA M. 

3 Lincoln Ave. Pulaski, N. Y. AS 7-3627 
p. 403. 

GAGNON, OLIVIA M. 

360 Textile Ave. Lowell, Mass. AL 4-5879 

Class Project Committee 3. p. 403. 

GARDNER, MARY E. 

33 Forest Ave. Caldwell, N. J. 

GARRETT, CLAUDIA D. 

701 Highland St. Fulton, N.Y. AS 7-0926 
S.F.O.; Social Committee, p. 403. 

GIBBONS, MARY M. 

3056 Albany Crescent New York, N. Y. Kl 8- 
3968 

GILL, BRENDA J. 

14 Wabon Hill Rd. Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
p. 404. 

GILLIS, BERNADETTE A. 

4 Ashmont Rd. Dorchester, Mass. 
p. 404. 

GOUGH, ANN H. 

18 Eliot Ave. Newton, Mass. 

HAYES, JOAN M. 

16 Elko St. Brighton, Mass. 

p. 404. 

HEAFEY, MARGARET A. 

198 High St. Andover, Mass. MU 3-3469 
Social Service Committee Chairman 4. p. 404. 

HEELEY, NANCY 

91 Eustis Ave. Lowell, Mass. LA 7-2613 
English Acad. 2, 3. p. 404. 

HEMINGWAY, BARBARA B. 

72 Hutchins St. Roxbury, Mass. 

HENNESSEY, ELIZABETH A. 

13 Bean St. Boston, Mass. 

HERMANN, SR. KATHLEEN 

10 Pelham Rd. Lexington, Mass. 

HERMANN, SR. ROBERTINE 

Providence Mother House, Providence, Mass. 

HOARD, ELIZABETH A. 

83 Fourth Ave. Woonsocket, R. I. PO 2-4747 
S.F.O. Treas. 3. p. 404. 

HUNT, MARY C. 

483 N. Main St. Woonsocket, R. I, 

JACQUES, DORIS A. 

55 Railroad St. Lawrence, Mass. MU 8-2997 
English Acad. 4; Class Rep. 4. p. 404. 



KELLIHER, PATRICIA A. 

23 1 Emerald St. Maiden, Mass. DA 2-2026 

KENNEDY, MARY M. 

R.F.D. No. 2 Pine St. S. Freeport, Maine 

KILROY, MARY E. 

543 V.F.W. Pkwy. Chestnut Hill, Mass. FA 5- 

6341 

English Acod. Pres. 4; Sodality 4; Orientation 

3. pp. 122, 141, 404. 

KULSIC, LAURA A. 

Ives Rd. R.F.D. Coventry, R. I. EX 7-4152 



LETOURNEAU, DOROTHY I. 

10 Walnut St. Milford, Moss. 

MAHONY, DIANE A. 

61 Wycliff Ave. W. Roxbury, Mass. 

MASTRANGELO, JOSEPHINE A. 

214 N. Madison St. Rome, N. Y. FF 7-6615 
p. 405. 

MAZZA, CATHERINE M. 

3236 Barker Ave. New York, N. Y. ST 2-5038 
p. 405. 

McCarthy, mary 

19 Vine St. Roxbury, Mass. 

McCUTCHEON, MARIE A. 

169 Ovid St. Seneca Falls, N. Y. LO 8-8408 
Ways and Means Committee 3; Orientation 4; 
Student Faculty Org. 3, 4. p. 405. 

McMAHON, ROSE M. 

358 Grand St. Westbury, L. I., N. Y. AS 7-0926 

Social Activities Committee, p. 405. 

McNALLY, JACQUELINE A. 

40 Hungerford St. Hartford, Conn. CH 9-0529 
Student Senate, Sec'y-Treas. 3. p. 405. 

McSWEENEY, CAROL A. 

15 Clark Rd. Milton, Moss. 

MELONE, ANNA D. 

27 Crescent St. Weston, Mass. 

MOAT, DARYL A. 

218 Telegraph Ave. Fairview, Mass. 

MOORE, MARGARET A. 

96 Chestnut St. New Bedford, Mass. 

MOYNIHAN, BEATRICE M. 

20 Pearson Rd. Somerville, Mass. 
Bl. Ol. Plunkett 3; English Acad. 4; Nominat- 
ing Com. 3; Orientation 4. p. 405. 

MULLEN, SR. MARY JOAN OF ARC 

Providence Mother House, Holyoke, Mass. 



MURPHY, MARCELLA M. 

197 Moffat St. Brookline, Mass. 

MURPHY, MARY C. 

288 Vermont St. W. Roxbury, Mass. FA 3-8772 

NASSAR, MARY J. 

Morrison Rd. Windham, N. H. TW 8-9270 
Class Rep.; Fund Raising Committee, p. 405. 

O'DONNELL, LOUISE F. 

127 Ardmore St. Hamden, Conn. 

O'KEEFE, PATRICIA A. 

137 Center St. Bridgewater, Mass. OW 7-4967 
Bl. Ol. Plunkett 3; Orientation 4; English Acad. 
4. p. 405. 

O'LOUGHLIN, MARGARET M. 

31 Myrtlebank Ave. Dorchester, Mass TA 5-3863 
pp. 141, 405. 

OLSON, CARL MARTIN 

R.D. No. I Youngsville. Pa. 



477 



PALLETT, PHYLLIS J. 

189 Bunker Ave. Meriden, Conn. 

PAUL, KATHLEEN E. 

223 Schiller Rd. Fairfield, Conn. 

PAYSON, MARY 

Causeway St. Millis, Mass. FR 6-8665 
p. 406. 

PAZYRA, ROBERTA L. 

60 Harvard St. Everett, Mass. 
p. 406. 

PERROTTI, RUTH A. 

37 Aspinwall Rd. Dorchester, Mass. 

PIRINGTON, DONNA R. 

12 Quimby Ave. Lowell, Mass. GL 3-7047 
English Acad. p. 406. 

PRENDERGAST, LOURENE M. 

102 Waverly St. Waterbury, Conn. ST 2-9123 
Sodality 4; English Acad. 4; Student Senate, 
Sec'y-Treas. 4. pp . 122, 141, 406. 

QUINN, PAULA L 

181 Hedley Ave. Central Falls, R. I. PA 5-2428 
Soc. Ser. Comm. 3; Campus Council 4; Orien- 
tation 4; Senior Dance Committee 4. p. 406. 

REARDON, SR. M. MICHELE 

Providence Mother House, Providence, R. I. 

REILLY, MARY L 

1115 Falls Terr. Union, N. J. 
p. 406. 

ROLANDO, EMILY M. 

15 Henderson Rd. Lexington, Mass. VO 2-4178 
pp. 122, 406. 



ROTH, JOAN 

1632 St. Jane Ave. Utica, N. Y. 
p. 406. 

ROY, LUCILLE F. 

1140 Lonsdale Ave. Central Falls, R. I. 

SANPHY, MARY 

32 Hamilton Ave. Lynn, Mass. LY 5-5956 
p. 406. 

SANTO, ROSEMARIE C. 

13 Bartlett St. Oxford, Mass. 987-2065 
Student Faculty Org.; Social Service Comm. 
p. 407. 

SCANLON, ANNE J. 

23 Bartlett St. Springfield, Mass. 

SCANNELL, ELIZABETH 

356 Central Ave. Milton, Mass. OX 8-7144 
pp. 141, 407. 

SEARS, SR. MARY 

10 Pelham Rd". Lex.ngton, Mass. VO 2-4700 

SIDLOWSKI, DOLORES A. 

2413 DeWitt Terr. Linden, N. J. 

SKINSKI, MARY A. 

57 Hillside Ave. Meriden, Conn. BE5-7I82 
Sodality 3, 4, Sec'y 3; Nominating Committee 
3, 4; Y.A.F. 4; Student Council 4; Student 
Senate 3, Vice-Pres. pp. 141, 407. 

SULLIVAN, ANNE E. 

136 Silver St. W. Springfield, Mass. AS 7-4936 
Sodality 4. pp. 141, 407. 

SULLIVAN, CORNELIA S. 

South St. Belchertown, Mass. 

SULLIVAN, HELEN V. 

65 Middle St. Newburyport, Mass. HO 2-6875 



SUTHERLAND, ELIZABETH 

75 Mason St. Stony Point, N. Y. ST 6-5398 
p. 407. 

SWEET, PATRICIA A. 

12 Highland Ave. N. Chelmsford, Mass. 

SZKLARZ, ANN 

95 West St. Chicopee, Mass. LY 8-8645 
Sodality 3, 4; Nominating Comm. Chairman 4; 
Orientation 4; Winter Dance Committee 4; 
Fund Raising Comm. 3, 4. pp. 141, 407. 

TURNER, CHARLOTTE W. 

101 Robinwood Ave. Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

UPSON, DOROTHY 

24 Dartmouth St. Westfield, Mass. 
p. 407. 

WARNAS, LILLIAN M. 

I I Downer Ave. Dorchester, Mass. 

WELSCH, BERNICE 

40 Sagamore St. Dorchester, Mass. 

WILDER, NANCY L. 

10 Warren Ave. Chelmsford, Mass. 



WILLIAMS, LORRAINE A. 

63 Hickory Way Springdale, Conn. DA 2-2363 

Sodality 2; Student Faculty Org. 1 , 2. p. 407. 

WINSTON, MARY J. 

2 Walnut St. Boston, Mass. 

YESSAYAN, ROSE L 

463 Huron Ave. Cambridge, Mass. 

YUE, RUTH CHOU 

I 16 Oxford St. Cambridge, Mass. 



Evening School 



ADDONIZIO, STEPHEN A. 

15 Plumer St. Everett, Mass. DU 9-3481 
Variety Show I, 3; Dean's List. pp. 287, 410. 

BARRETT, HENRY G. 

368 Longwood Ave. Boston, Mass. 

BARRETT, MARY F. 

103 Cass St. W. Roxbury, Mass. 
pp. 287, 410. 

BLETZER, CARL N. 

24 Boulevard Terr. Brighton, Mass. 

BOYLE, JOHN F. 

80 Eustis St. Revere, Mass. AT 4-4606 
p. 410. 

BURNS, JAMES L. 

31 Paul St. Braintree, Mass. 
p. 410. 

BURTON, DONALD M. 

14 Fidelis Way Brighton, Mass. 

CAIN, JOHN G. JR. 

10 Oakland Ave. Arlington, Mass. 

CARROLL, DANIEL B. 

35 Ashland St. Taunton, Mass. VA 2-2414 
Bl. Ol. Plunkett; Dean's List. p. 410. 

CARROLL, PAUL M. 

93 Undine Ave. Wmthrop, Mass. 
pp. 287, 410. 

CHAPUT, ROLAND 

528 Andover St. Lawrence, Mass. 
p. 410. 



CHIASSON, BERNADETTE C. 

225 Charles St. Waltham, Mass. TW 3-201 6 
Dean's List. p. 410. 

CHICO, BEVERLY A. 

304 Harvard St. Cambridge, Mass. TR 6-5862 
p. 410. 

COLLINS, EDWIN F. 

19 Little Tree Lane Framingham, Mass. 

COUTURE, RICHARD C. 

4 Farragut Ave. W. Somerville, Mass. PR 6-0045 
p. 41 I. 

CREHAN, THOMAS P. 

117 Brown Ave. Roslindale, Mass. FA 3-0470 
Dean's List. p. 41 I. 

DAVIS, ROBERT B. 

76 Hillman St. New Bedford, Mass. 

DONNELLY, FRANCIS B. 

9 Forbes St. Jamaica Plain, Mass. JA 4-247 1 
Mendel Club I, 2; Dean's List. p. 411. 

DONOGHUE, THOMAS L. 

52 Savin Hill Ave. Dorchester, Mass. CO 5-1366 
pp. 287, 41 I. 

DORGAN, WILLIAM T. 

470 Gallivan Blvd. Dorchester, Mass. 

DOYLE, RICHARD P. 

149 Cedar St. Wellesley Hills, Mass. 235-7782 
p. 411. 

DUCHARME, WALTER R. 

160 Greeley St. Clinton, Moss. EM 5-3055 
Student Council 6; Minstrel Show 3, 4; Music 
Show 5, 6; Dean's List. pp. 123, 287, 411. 



DUFFIN, EILEEN P. 

40 Alicia Rd. Dorchester, Mass. CY 6-298 1 
School Show 4, 5, 6; Sodality I, 2; Chairman 
Halloween Dance 6; Co-Chairman Semi-Formal 
5; Co-Chairman Valentine Dance 6; Student 
Senate 5, 6, Sec'y 6. pp. 123, 287, 411. 

DUFFY, FRANCIS X. 

82 Fessenden St. Newtonville. Mass. 

FALES, RUSSELL S. 

67 Granite St. Melrose, Mass. 

FARREL, PATRICK F. 

34 Whitten St. Dorchester, Mass. 
p. 41 I. 

FITZGERALD, JOHN J. 

36 Paulina St. Somerville, Mass. 

FITZGERALD, JOSEPH T. 

I I Kirkland Rd. Peabody, Mass. 

FLYNN, KATHRYN N. 

8 Mill St. Dorchester, Mass. 
p. 41 I. 

FORBES, KATHLEEN 

37 Central Ave, Hartsdale, N. Y. WH 6-41 14 
Psych. Club I, 2, 3; N. Y. Club I, 2, Sec'y 2; 
WRA I. p. 412. 

FOTHERGILL, KENNETH G. 

415 Eastern Ave. Chelsea, Mass. TU 9-0166 

p. 412. 

GALLAGHER, JAMES P. 

10 Central St. W. Concord, Mass. 
p. 412. 

GLYNN, MARIE E. 

22 Roseway St. Jamaica Plain, Mass. JA 4-4398 
p. 412. 



478 



GREENWOOD, MARY L. 

20 Charlesgate St. West Boston, Mass. 
Bellarmine Speakers Club 2, 4. p. 412. 

HALPIN, DONALD J. 

31 Matchett St. Brighton, Mass. 

HARNEY, DONALD M. 
65 Haskell Ave. Revere, Mass. AT 4-3 I 06 
Student Senate V.ce-Pres. I, 2, Treas. 3, 4; 
Dean's List. p. 412. 

HARZBECKER, RUTH E. 

14 Bradeen St. Roslindale, Mass. 

Sub Turri 6; Sodality I, 2, 3, 6, Sec'y 6; Min- 
strel Show 3, 4; Musical Show 5, 6; Dean's List. 
pp. 143. 287, 412. 

HENESY, JOHN N. 

45 Colonial Ave. Waltham, Mass. 
Student Senate, Sec'y 4, Vice-Pres. 6; Minstrel 
Show 3, 4; Music Show 5, 6; Chairman Com- 
munion Breakfast 5; Orientation 6: Dean's List, 
pp. 104, 123, 287, 412. 

HERNON, ANN M. 

27 Thelma Rd. Dorchester, Mass. 
p. 412. 

HIGGINS, JOHN J. 

15 Marlton Dr. Marlboro, Mass. HU 5-2041. 
Dean's List. p. 413. 

HOWARD, JOAN M. 

109 Callender St. Boston, Mass. 
Chairman Christmas Dance 2; Chairman Com- 
munion Breakfast 2; Dean's List. p. 413. 

HUNT, NORMAN W. 

180 Vinal St. Revere, Mass. 
p. 413. 

HURLEY, MARIE E. 

53 Richards St. Dedham, Mass. 
p. 413. 

KANE, WALTER J. 

5 Foster Rd. Burlington, Mass. BR 2-0580 

Student Council I. p. 413. 

KEARNEY, LEO M. 

1090 Fellsway Medford, Mass. 
Student Senate, Treas. 5; Heights I, 2, 5; Dra- 
matic Society I, 2; Minstrel Show 3; Music 
Show 4, 5; Dean's List. pp. 123, 413. 

KELLEHER, WILLIAM J. 

80 Crystal Cove Ave. Winihrop, Mass. 

Dean's List. p. 413. 

KELLEY, JOHN S. JR. 

32 Newton St. Mansfield. Mass. 

KELLY, FRANCIS X. 

12 Perkins St. Quincy, Mass. 

LAHIFF, JOHN F. 

93 Fairmont St. Arlington, Mass. Ml 3-0456 
p. 413. 

LAUGHLIN, JAMES J. 

342 Temple St. W. Roxbury, Mass. FA 5-695 1 
p. 413. 



LAVIANO, GERARD P. 

68 Pearson Rd. Belmont. Mass. 

LAWLESS, HELEN M. 

14 Brookside Pk. Milton, Mass. OX 6-4850 
Sodality 5, 6; Dean's List. p. 414. 

LEAHY, FRANCIS E. 

98 Bryant St. Buffalo, N. Y. TT 4-7 I 76 

Gold Key I, 2, 3; Intramurals I, 2, 3; Heights 

2; Lewis Drill Team I, 2; Bl. Ol. Plunkett I, 2, 3; 

Drama Show 5; Social Committee 4, 5, 6. p. 

414. 

LeBRUN, MARK R. 

16 Francis St. Boston, Mass. 

LeLAURAIN, DONALD G. 

22 Montgomery St. Cambridge, Mass. 

LEMIEUX, DONALD G. 

133 Belmont St. Everett, Mass. 
p. 414. 

LENANE, THOMAS P. 

37 Fairbank St. Brighton, Mass. ST 2-3089 
Dean's List. p. 414. 

LEZON, JOSEPH S. 

47 Brownville Ave. Ipswich, Mass. EL 6-3936 
Sodality I, 2, 3; Band 3, 4; Speakers Club I. 
p. 414. 

LYDON, THOMAS K. 

770 E. 4th St. S. Boston, Mass. AN 8-2104 

p. 414. 

MAGRANE, JOHN R. 

34 Linwood Rd. Lynn, Mass. 

MAHONEY, WILLIAM J. JR. 

49 Worthington St. Roxbury, Mass. 

MANNING, JOHN L 

290 Vermont St. W. Roxbury, Mass. 

MARTINO, OCTAVIO J. 

52 Milton Rd. Braintree, Mass. VI 3-7607 
Dean's List. p. 414. 

McCARTY, OWEN A. 

302 High St. Lawrence, Mass. 

McDERMOTT, THERESA E. 

36 Hamilton Ave. Lynn, Mass. LY 5-1688 
p. 414. 

McGILLICUDDY, MARY M. 

16 Summer St. Everett, Mass. DU 9-9385 
Dean's List. p. 414. 

McKEON, BARBARA A. 

1041 Dorchester Ave. Dorchester, Mass. TA 5- 

4613 

Minstrel Show 3, 4; Sodality 4; Dean's List. 

p. 415. 

MORIARTY, EDWARD C. 

415 Walden St. Cambridge, Mass. 
p. 415 

MOULDER, BILLY J. 

II Kingsley St. Holbrook, Mass. WO 3-5067 
Dean's List. p. 415. 



NAZZARO, JOHN R. JR. 

128 Poole Cir. Holbrook, Mass. WO 3-1756 
Dean's List. pp. 287, 415. 

OCONNELL, VIRGINIA M. 

452 Ashmont St. Dorchester, Mass. 
Sodality 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Treas. 4; Student Council 
3, 4, 5, Sec'y 4, Vice-Pres. 3, 5, Pres. 4; Bellar- 
mine Speakers 3, 4, 6; Co-Chairman Senior 
Dance; Chairman Halloween Party 3; School 
Show 3, 4, 5; Dean's List. pp. 104, 143, 287, 
415. 

OMADIGAN, DENNIS T. 

121 Glendale St. Everett, Mass. 

PHALON, JAMES R. 

80 Cambridge Rd. Woburn, Mass. 

POLITO, RICHARD E. 

333 E. Engle St. E. Boston, Mass. 

SCAMMON, THOMAS L. 

30 Arrowhead Rd. Bellingham, Mass. 

SHAUGHNESSY, MARGARET C. 

77 Lexington St. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-79 I 7 
Bellarmine Speakers 6; Sodality 5. p. 415. 

SHIELDS, WILLIAM T. 

9 Pond Terr. Woburn, Mass. 

SIMMONS, HAL C. 

40 Glenellen Rd. W. Roxbury, Mass. 
p. 415. 

SMITH, MARY F. 

56 Gulliver St. Milton, Mass. OX 8-5857 
Dean's List. p. 41 5. 

SULLIVAN, JAMES E. 

90 Kittredge St. Roslindale, Mass. 

SULLIVAN, WILLIAM F. 

41 Brighton Rd. Brookline, Mass. 
p. 415. 

WARD, JEAN M. 

40 Bogandale Rd. W. Roxbury, Mass. 
p. 416. 

WAY, FLORENCE 

299 Tappan St. Brookline, Mass. AS 7-2 I I I 
Sodality I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 416. 

WELCH, JOHN G. 

II James Ave. Needham, Mass. HI 4-6582 
Student Council I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2; Dean's 
List. p. 416. 

WIERZBICKI, EDWIN A. 

5 Lawrence Rd. Woburn, Mass. 

WILCOX, MARK J. 

83 Morrissey Blvd. Quincy, Mass. 
p. 416. 

WILLIAMS, MARGARET E. 

17 Humphrey St. Haverhill, Mass. 
Dean's List. p. 416. 

YELLE, LORRAINE M. 

9 Joy Terr. Methuen, Mass. 
Dean's List. p. 416. 



479 



Advertising Index 



A 

Accounting Academy of Boston College 426 

Allen Stationery Co 444 

Alpha Kappa Psi 438 

Alvord Pharmacy, Inc. 433 

Andrew T. Johnson Co., Inc. 436 

Attorney General Edward J. McCormack Jr. 447 

B 

Beaconsfield Hotel 437 

Boston Cab 433 

Boston College Alumni Association 426 

Boston College Athletic Association 445 

Boston College Barber Shop 436 

Boston College Campus Council 445 

Boston College Eagles Band 443 

Boston College Rifle Team 454 

Boston Textile Co 44 1 

Boyer & Mingolla Construction Company 430 

Breclc 433 

C 

Cadet Officer's Club 443 

Casa Barbi Restaurant 449 

Class of 1963 435 

Class of 1964 435 

Class of 1965 435 

Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Boston 440 

College of Arts & Sciences Student Senate 424 

College of Business Administration Student Senate 424 

C.B.A. Toastmasters' Circle 450 

Costello's Package Store 440 

D 

Daniel Marr & Son Co. 436 

Delta Sigma Pi 438 

Diamond Union Stamp Works 437 

Dieges & Clust 447 

Dormitory Council 426 

Dr. and Mrs. Hans G. Hermans 434 

D.W.Dunn Co 448 

E 

Edmand's Coffee Co 434 

Edward S. Quirk & Company 441 

Elbery Motor Co., Inc 429 

Elsie's Delicatessen 449 

E. T. Ryan Iron Works, Inc 434 

F 

Fairview Hotel 425 

Fandel Press 429 

Forest Hills Cooperative Bank 440 

French Shriner 452 

G 

Gene Brown Motors, Inc 442 

George F. Driscoll Company 430 

Gold Key Society 437 

Grad. Nurses Student Faculty Organization 434 

Green Bros.-Jon Allen Inc 442 

Green Frog Coffee House 448 

H 

H. C. Wairwright & Co 433 

Higham, Neilson, Whitridge & Reid, Inc 427 

Home Supply Co 433 

Hon. John E. Powers 447 

Howland Linen Supply Co., Inc 431 

I 
International Brotherhood of Teamsters 432 



J 

Jack & Marion's Restaurant 440 

John F. Clunan, New York Life Insurance Co. 437 

John A. Volpe Construction Co., Inc 441 

K 

Kappy's Liquors, Inc 437 

Kelly's Prescription Drug Store 436 

Kevin V. Boyle 442 

L 

Lewis Drill Team 443 

Lt. Gov. & Mrs. Edward F. McLaughlin 440 

M 

Maine Club 446 

Marshard Orchestras 43 I 

Maurice F. Horan Co. 444 

M. B. Foster Electric Company 429 

Mediterranean Importing Co., Inc. 425 

N 

Newton-Waltham Bank and Trust Company 442 

New York Club 446 

O 

Old Vienna Hofbrau 444 

P 

Paul E. P. Burns Co., Inc 439 

Pepsi Cola 430 

Peter Paul Office Equipment Co., Inc. 431 

Philomatheia Club 45 1 

9 
Quinlan Pharmacy 43 I 

R 

Reardon & Turner 425 

Remington Rand 454 

Rhode Island Club 446 

Rod and Gun Club 445 

Ruby Newman Orchestras 433 

S 

School of Education Student Senate 424 

Service Uniforms Company, Inc 436 

Sheraton Plaza 427 

Sid's Formal Wear 452 

Society For the Advancement of Management 426 

S. S. Pierce Co 429 

Statler Corporation 454 

St. Paul Catholic Book & Film Center 450 

Sullivan Bros 430 

Sullivan D. C. & Co., Inc 425 

Surgeons' And Physicians' Supply Co 429 

T 

Tallino's At Chestnut Hill 436 

Tarn O'Shanter Room 450 

Terrace Motel Apartments 449 

The Surf 437 

U 

University Chorale of Boston College 438 

University Paperbacks 427 

V 

V. P. Roberts & Co 434 

Villaggio Italia 444 

W 

Wellesley Motor Inn 440 

Western Waterproofing Co., Inc 449 

Weston Nurseries Inc. 449 

Wm. J. Cox Funeral Home 434 

Women's Recreation Association 429 



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NIGHT 



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award by Fr. McCarthy. 




Robert Comizzoli leaves the stage after 
one of his several awards. 




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Well; we fooled them, didn't we? 







COMMISSIONING 



The oath of allegiance 







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Seniors enjoy cocktail hour before the Bal 



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The entire Class of 1962 watches its college career come to an end at the Commencement Bal 




proud Hefrain 



What are you dreaming. Soldier, 
What is it you see? 



A tall grey Gothic tower. 
And a linden tree. 



You speak so sadly. Soldier, 
Sad and wistfully — 

I cannot hear the tower bell 
In the swirling sea. 

What meaning has it. Soldier, 
A tower bell, and tree? 

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It meant my life to me. 



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General 



Academy of Marketing Executives 85 

Accounting Academy 84 

Acknowledgments 455 

Administration I 7-36 

Arts & Sciences 28-9 

Business Administration 30- 1 

Education 32-3 

Evening School 36 

Nursing 34-5 

Advertisements 423-54 

Advertising Index 480 

Aerial Shot-Campus 14-15, 435 

"Alma Mater" 458 

Alpha & Omega 127 

Alpha Kappa Psi 138 

Alpha Sigma Nu 128 

Alumni Hall 444 

Americans For Democratic Action 100 

An Evening At Symphony 286 

An Evening With Shearing 280 

Annual Turkey Shoot I 59 

Army Basketball Game 228 

Army Hockey Game 240 

AROTC 95, 147-60 

AROTC Band 150 

AROTC Cadet Award Display I 60 

Art Explanation 459 

Athletics 197-248 

"Auntie Mame" 80 



B 



Band. 



82 



Bapst Library 126, 176, 180-1, 265-6, 453 

Baseball 202-9 

Baseball Captain 1 962 202 

Baseball Scores 203 

Basic Nurses Sodality 143 

Basketball 224-31 

Bean Pot Tournament 238 

Bellarmine Law & Government Academy 96 

Bellarmine Speakers 83 

Berchmans Society 142 

Beta Gamma Sigma I 29 

Biology 270 

Blessed Oliver Plunkett Society 77 

Board Of Trustees '. 457 

Boston Pops 286 

Boston University Baseball 205 

Football 220-1 

Hockey 234-5, 238 

Rally 192, 260 

Track 243 



Brandeis University Baseball 205 

Basketball 230 

Brigade Staff Officers I 54 

Brown University Basketball 226 

Hockey 234-6, 238, 241 

Brown, John Mason 303 

Business Manager of University 125 

c 

Cadet Officers Club 151 

Cadet Staff Officers I 54 

Campion Education Fraternity 140 

Campus II, 14, 15 

Campus Activities 73-98 

Campus Council I 24 

Capping Ceremonies 258 

Carl Sandburg 13 

"Cat and the Moon" 81 

Centennial Committee I 90 

Chemical Society 84 

Christmas Party 272 

Cincinnati Football Game 12,212 

Citizens' Seminar 271 

Clarkson Hockey Game 236-7, 239 

Coaching Staff , 211 

Colby Baseball Game 205 

Colby Hockey Game 240 

College of Arts & Sciences 

Senior Class Officers 118 

Student Senate 424 

College of Business Administration 

C.B.A. Debating Society 171 

C.B.A. Library 267 

Student Senate 424 

Senior Class Officers 119 

College World Series at Omaha 207 

Commander Shea 201 

Commencement Supplement 485-96 

Connecticut University Baseball 207 

Basketball 227 

Concert, Boston College-Emmanuel 78 

"Cosmos" I 08 

Court Martial 157 

Cross & Crown 131 

D 

Dartmouth College Hockey 236 

Dedication 8-9 

Dedication, McElroy Commons 304 

Delta Sigma Pi 139 



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Departments 37-68 

Accounting 38 

Biology 39 

Business Law 40 

Chemistry 41 

Classics 42 

Distribution Management 51 

Economics 42-3 

Education 44-5 

English 46-7 

Finance 48 

Fine Arts 48 

Geology 53 

Government 49 

History 50 

Industrial Management 51 

Mathematics 54-5 

Military Science 52-3 

Modern Languages 56-7 

Nursing 58-9 

Philosophy 60-2 

Physics 64-5 

Psychology 63 

Sociology 63 

Theology 66-8 

Detroit Football 215 

Devlin Hall 172, 176 

Director Of Admissions 26 

Libraries 27 

Placement 269 

University Services 457 

Distinguished Military Students 153 

Distinguished Graduates 293-99 

District I Baseball Champions 204 

Dormitory Council 274 

Life 274-9 

Students' Mass ' 278 

Dramatic Society 80- 1 

Drill Team 148-9 

Duke University Baseball 208 

E 

Eagle 264 

E.C.A.C. Christmas Tournament 235 

Economics Academy 85 

Edward F. McCormack 300 

Eliot, T. S 301 

Emmanuel-Boston College Concert 78 

English Academy 103 

English Academy-Nursing 94 

Evening School Christmas Party 287 

Senior Class Officers 123 

Sodality I 43 

Executive Assistant to President 22 

F 

Fairfield University Basketball 227 

Fashion Show 263 

Film Society 86 



Finance Club 86 

Flag Raising 147 

Flag Lowering I 60 

Football 210-23 

"For Boston" 458 

Fordham University Baseball 206 

Ford Tower 126, 265, 424 

Foreign Students 272 

Foreign Trade Club 87 

Fraternities Sodalities & Regions 125-34 

Freshman Interclass Council 191 

Friedman, Milton 302 

Friends 417-22 

Frost, Robert 300 

Fulton Debating Society 87, 184-5 



Gasson Hall II, 13, 146, 165, 264-5, 458 

General Arthur Trudeau 302 

General Index 481-84 

Geology 271 

Geology Club 98 

Geophysics 271 

George Shearing Quintet 280 

German Academy 88 

Glee Club 78-9 

Golden Anniversary Staff 460 

Gold Key Society 12, 74-5, 263 

Golf Team 248 

Gonzaga Hall 305 

Governments II 8-24 

Graduate Nursing Senior Class Officers 122 

Graduate Nurses' Sodality 141 

Student Faculty Organization 102 

Graduates 309-4 1 6 

Arts & Sciences 313-48 

Business Administration 364-90 

Education 349-63 

Evening School 409-16 

Nursing, Basic 391-9 

Nursing, Graduate 400-8 

Graduation Supplement 485-96 

Greater Boston League Champions 204 

Grotto of the Blessed Virgin Mary 304, 307 

H 

Harry Agganis Memorial Award 220 

Harvard University Baseball 205, 208 

Hockey 237-8 

Heights 14, 15 

Henry Cabot Lodge I 56 

Historical Society 98 

Historical Statement 458 

Hockey 232-41 

Hockey Statistics 233 

Holy Cross Baseball 206 

Basketball 229, 231 

Football 222-3 

Rally 192, 261 



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Honor Societies and Programs 135-46 

Honors Program Arts & Sciences Seniors I 34 

Juniors I 88 

Sophomores 189 

Freshmen I 88 

Honors Program C. B. A. Seniors 135 

Juniors 189 

Sophomores I 90 

Honors Program Education Seniors 136 

Sophomores I 89 

Houston Football 214 

"Humanities" 109 

Humanities Series 300- 1 



Indexes 461-84 

Index, Advertising 480 

Index, General 481-84 

Index, Senior 462-79 

Informal Dance 281 

In Memoriam 456 

Interclass Council-Junior 171 

Introduction 1-16 

Iowa State Football 217 

Irving Stone 303 

Italian Academy 97 

J 

Jazz Show 280 

John Berchmans Society 142 

'John Mason Brown 303 

John W. McCormack 301 

"Journal of Business" 106 

Junior Interclass Council 171 

Junior Prom 284-5 

Junior Prom Queen 289 

Junior Show 282-3 

Junior Week 280-6 

Junior Year Abroad 273 

K 

Kappa Pi .140 

Katherine Anne Porter 301 



Laval Hockey 235 

Law School Forum 300 

Le Cercle Fran^ais 88 

Lectures & Personalities 300-3 

Leon Volkov 300 

Lewis Drill Team 148-9 

Library 126, 176, 180-1, 265-6, 304, 453 

Life 249-308 

Linden Lane II, 265, 307 

Lyons Hall 428 



M 



McCormack, Edward F. 



.300 



McCormack, John W 30 I 

Maine Club 145 

Margo 186, 193, 260, 262 

MARS 95 

MJ.T. Baseball 204 

Mass of the Holy Spirit 305 

Mathematics 270 

McElroy Commons 304, 306 

Mendel Club 89 

Mendicants 89 

Men's Sodality 142 

Military Ball 152 

Military Ball Queen 290 

Milton Friedman 302 

MoHole Project 271 

Musical Arts Society 90 

N 

New York Club 144 

Northeastern University Baseball 205 

Basketball 229 

Hockey 235, 238, 240 

Northwestern University Football 213 

o 

O'Melia Award 223 

Omicron Chi Epsilon I 30 

Order of the Cross & Crown 131 

Organizations 69- 1 60 

Otto Von Hapsburg 302 

P 

Personalities & Lectures 300-3 

"Pirates' Prank" 281 

Pittsburgh University Basketball 228 

Placement Bureau 269 

Pops 286 

Porter, Katherine Anne 30 I 

President 4, 13, 21, 263 

President's Message 5 

"Prince of Pilsen" 282-3 

Project Mohole 271 

Providence College Baseball 205-6, 226 

Basketball 230 

Hockey. .' 235 

Psychology Club 95 

Public Affairs Forum 76, 300- 1 

Publications & Governments 105-24 

Q 

Queens 289-92 

R 

Rallies 192, 260-1 

Regions, Fraternities & Sodalities 125-34 

Rhode Island Club 145 



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Ricci Math Academy 99 

Rifle Team 247 

Robert Frost 300 

Roberts Center I 03, 439 

Rod & Gun Club 90 

R.O.T.C 95, 147-60 

R.O.T.C. Band 150 

R.O.T.C. Cadet Award Display 160 

R.P.I. Hockey 235-6, 241 

Russian Academy 100 



Sailing Team 246 

St. Joseph's Chapel 305 

St. Joseph's Oratory 196, 306 

St. Lawrence Hockey 234-6, 240-1 

St. Mark's Academy 96 

St. Mary's Chapel 194 

St. Mary's Hall 176, 264, 308 

St. Peter's Baseball 205 

Savoir Faire Society 101 

School of Education Student Senate 424 

Senior Class Officers 121 

School of Nursing Senior Class Officers 120, 122 

Secretary of the University 23 

Semper Fidelis Society 101 

Senior Class Officers II 8-24 

Arts & Sciences 118 

Business Administration 119 

Education 121 

Evening School 123 

Basic Nursing 120 

Graduate Nursing 122 

Senior Dance 288 

Senior Dance O ueen 291 

Senior Index 462-79 

Shearing 280 

Siena Society 132 

Sigma Pi Sigma 133 

Ski Team 248 

"Sleepy Eagle" 104 

Society for the Advancement of Management 91 

Sodalities, Fraternities & Regions 125-34 

Songs 458 

Southern California Baseball 208-9 

Spanish Academy 97 

Sports 197-248 

Springfield College Baseball 205-6 

Staff Member of the Year 10 

Staff Page 460 

Stone, Irving 303 

Student Senate Arts & Sciences 424 

Business Administration 424 

Education 424 

Student Teaching 210 

Student Union Building 304, 6 

"Stylus" 107 

"Sub Turri" 3, 113-17, 181,459,460 

Sub Turri O ueen 292 



Sullivan Award 268 

Summer Camp 147, 155-6 

Symphony 286 

Syracuse University Football ,..219 



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Texas Tech Football '. ... 2 I 8 

"The Heights" I 10-2 

"The Heights"— 1963 Staff 171 

Theme 1 , 5 

Thomas Stearns Eliot 301 

Toastmasters' Circle 94 

Tower II, 13, 1 46, 1 65, 264-5, 308, 450, 458 

Tufts University Baseball 205-6, 208 

Track 242-5 

Treasurer of the University 24 

Trudeau, General Arthur 302 

Trustees 457 

Turkey Shoot 159 

u 

Underclassmen 161-96 

University 457-8 

University of Connecticut Baseball 207 

Connecticut Basketball 227 

Detroit Football 215 

Houston Football 214 

S. California Baseball 208-9 

Syracuse Football 219 

University Projects 270- 1 

V 

Vice-President 271 

Villanova University Football 216, 262 

Volkov, Leon 300 

Von Hapsburg, Otto 302 

w 

Western Michigan University Baseball 207 

Western New York Club 1 44 

West German Nationals Hockey 241 

Winter 180, 264-5, 308 

WIPR 102 

Women's Council School of Education 104 

Women's Dormitory Council 83 

Women's Recreation Association 92 

Women's Sodality 141 

World Relations League 92 

WVBC 91 



Yale University Hockey 238 

Young Americans For Freedom 99 

Young Democrats 93 

Young Republicans 93 



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